To reduce burnout and retain staff, should hospitals embrace on-site childcare?
The 1968 Harvard criteria for brain death face new inquiries.
Measurements using race continue to guide the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary disease. New research looks at the harm that may cause.
A new generation of research looks at psilocybin, LSD and other mind-altering drugs. Both the challenges and the therapeutic promise are enormous.
Wartime injuries go beyond the physical. A longing for home pervades conflicts past and present.
In 1922 the Berlin woman became the first to undergo gender-affirming surgery.
The pandemic brought both setbacks and opportunities for young scientists. But female researchers are getting the worst of it.
The Boer War was an early turning point in vaccination history.
Genetically engineered microbes could create miniature drug factories inside the gut. Do the benefits outweigh the risks?