Stephen Ornes

COVID vaccines happened in record time. Could the next be even more rapid?

Data altruism sounds like a good idea. But can the strategy effectively be put into practice?

Computer-generated nonsense studies and other fake papers find their way into the scientific literature all too often. A few crusading researchers are fighting back.

Patients with terminal cancer now have more treatment options. Will that help or hurt?

Policymakers call for algorithms in health care to become more transparent. But at what cost?

The fourth state of matter—and not the compound in blood that goes by the same name—may be on track to transform wound and cancer care.

Massachusetts broke ground on mandatory vaccination in 1905. History may repeat itself with COVID-19.

Despite a massive investment by hospitals, the jury is still out on how these machines affect outcomes.