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Disaster struck at a packed Boston nightclub 75 years ago. What happened next became a milestone in burn care.
The science of embedding medications in polymers opens new doors.
Lyme disease cases spike in the warmer months. Research on the disease is inching forward, as the number of reported infections reaches new heights.
The largest nightclub fire in U.S. history became a milestone in modern medicine.
Bacteria in the body produce their own powerful antibiotics. Some may lead to new tools for fighting superbugs.