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Yesterday morning, I published a story about the silent spread of resistance against the antibiotic of last resort, colistin—a major step toward the emergence of a superbug resistant to all antibiotics. While reporting this story, I interviewed Alex
A surprising genetic connection has autism researchers wondering if they can borrow from cancer’s medicine cabinet.
Researchers stimulated the regrowth of teeth in mice.
A new study shows exposure to blue and ultraviolet light increases the movement of T cells, a key part of the immune system.
The scourge of the Middle Ages survives
Our genes contain information related to how cancer cells grow which researchers can use to address life-threatening cases.
Clinics seeking a profit and patients desperately wanting a baby has resulted in a booming business, but of nearly 30 fertility clinic add-ons reviewed by researchers, only one increased a woman’s chances of having a baby.
An unexplained shortage of the injectable version of the vaccine slows attempts to kill polio in Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan.
Researchers broke down the components of the virus to find the gene that could be causing microcephaly.
Many women with breast cancer detected by a mammogram are treated unnecessarily, because screening tests found slow-growing tumors that are essentially harmless.
In a year, one county filled enough prescriptions for 150 doses of painkillers per resident.
Researchers may have found a less-contentious way to deal with the NFL’s concussion epidemic than marijuana.
TAMEEKA FORD, 43 Brooklyn, N.Y.
AS 2 LITTLE GIRLS FIGHT A DEADLY DISEASE AFFECTING ONLY 11 KNOWN PEOPLE WORLDWIDE, THEIR FAMILIES LOOK FOR ANSWERS TOGETHER
$460 million will go toward developing vaccines that prevent outbreaks like Ebola from taking the world by surprise.
A proposed linguistic change could temper a cultural obsession with body weight.
The same clicks and swipes that encourage the spread of STDs can also help prevent them.
Can marijuana help solve the opioid epidemic?
A new project could help protect patients by showing how microbes move throughout hospitals.
THE STAR OF ABC’S SPEECHLESS OPENS UP ABOUT WORKING AND THRIVING WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C., 1989: The skies were blue, the water warm. It was the best vacation ever. We spread out beach towels, slathered ourselves in suntan lotion, and basked in the sun. We ran into the ocean, holding hands and screaming, “Jump, ju
What happens when cutting-edge medicine offers up conflicting answers?
More and more clinics are offering transgender protocols for children, which critics say is dangerous.
A new study put cancer patients on parabolic flight to see how microgravity worsens astronauts’ eyesight.
The threat of drug-resistant bacteria grows more pressing with every year. These microbes can shrug off the most potent antibiotics, including some drugs of last resort. Some bacteria have become resistant to all of our available drugs. Scary stuff,