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.
Who will be the first to tap the potential of brown fat?
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Hamann-Todd Osteological Collection. We pay it a visit.
A timeline of pivotal testosterone therapy events through history.
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