Help for Parkinson’s patients from an unlikely corner: the Mark Morris Dance Group.
The trend of publishing research on the Web is raising concerns about how medical advances are judged and disseminated.
Research in space, absent gravity’s pull, is shedding light on earthbound problems, from osteoporosis to immune deficiencies.
Researchers have discovered 93 strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in a cave in New Mexico.
“Large molecule” therapies, tailored to home in on otherwise untreatable ills, have become medicine’s hottest commodity.
For tumors, it’s a grow-or-die world, and a renewed focus on cell metabolism aims to deprive them of the fuel they must have.
It’s serious research disguised as diet fad: the notion that special tissue—which not everyone has—can help burn off pounds.
The best signposts–from blood pressure readings to genetic tests–can personalize diagnosis and treatment. Most don’t help.
A drug approved for type 2 diabetes may also target cancer’s wayward metabolism.
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