Americans spent $6.7 billion on mouth-freshening products in 2007, but popping a mint or gargling green stuff is no match for hardcore halitosis.
An underdiagnosed condition gets its first new drug in 40 years.
Avoid gluten, and celiac disease loses its sting. But research continues, and breakthroughs might treat other disorders too.
When it comes to breast cancer predisposition, one woman decides she’d rather not know.
An all-in-one medication reduced such cardiovascular risk factors as blood pressure and heart rate.
Patients on networking sites discuss their illnesses and treatments. Can pattern-recognition software pull insights from the noise?
The find: big orange tonsils. The payoff: genetic insight, a crucial molecule and possible treatments for heart disease and Alzheimer’s.
It’s when cancer metastasizes that it becomes deadly. New research is tracing its migratory path to find points of vulnerability.
Creating a medicine from scratch takes years and may cost $1 billion. One alternative: recycling failed compounds for new applications.
Recent procedures bring new hope to face transplant candidates.
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