Next-generation MRI machines can look far inside the brain, and map in minute detail where things go wrong.

A discovery about the “tails” of tuberculosis antibodies may help in the fight against other diseases as well

Antirejection medicines may someday be unnecessary for transplant patients. But some body parts pose more of a challenge than others.

Aspirin can keep some cancers from growing and spreading—that much we know. Now it’s a race to find out why.

An ambitious data project may help doctors predict when a patient’s diabetes will take a turn for the worse.

A drug that reverses overdoses saves thousands of lives. Does its prescription status keep it from saving more?

Fifty years ago, Terje Lømo made a breakthrough in how we understand learning and memory.

A nationwide program advocates that patients should have seamless access to their doctors’ notes. But not everyone thinks this is a good idea.

Samuel J. Sinclair studies the deep scars left by terrorist attacks.

Ten years ago, researchers coaxed normal adult cells into stem cells for the first time