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When Eisenhower came clean about his heart attack, it allowed one physician to change the nation’s views on cardiac health.
Lasers used in cancer treatment can burn away tumors, and also gather precise information and unleash targeted treatments.
A more relaxed attitude toward legal marijuana may mean more use among teens. The long-term effects may not be good.
The ocean floor is teeming with microorganisms that may hold the secret to new treatments for cancer and other diseases.
Bad behavior in children may come from a lack of certain cognitive skills. Studies show that those skills can be taught.
Can a refresher course in the laws of natural selection help doctors better understand human health and illness?
Reflections on being a minor character in a disaster drill.
Tailoring treatments, patient by patient, can achieve remarkable results. But can we afford to make every disease rare?
Psychiatrist Paul Appelbaum talks about the factors that can contribute to violent behavior.
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