Stephen Friend is looking for new cures in the genes of a million volunteers.
Can a refresher course in the laws of natural selection help doctors better understand human health and illness?
MRSA infections are down by more than half, and new treatments are on the way. But the pathogen still takes a deadly toll.
Researchers are narrowing in on a compelling explanation for narcolepsy: the body at war with itself.
Exploring 75 years of data, researchers trace the emotional highs and lows in the lives of hundreds of men and their descendants.
An MGH program in South Africa partners with young women to research the earliest phase of HIV infection.
The storied award from MGH goes to a molecular biologist breaking new ground in cancer genetics.
New research suggests that having a positive outlook may improve health and longevity.
The connection between aspirin use and a reduced risk for certain cancers is becoming clearer. MGH researcher Andrew Chan outlines who stands to benefit most.
There’s never a quiet moment for the millions suffering from a persistent buzzing in their ears.
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