New studies aim to determine what consumers do—or don’t do—after they’ve had a mail-order genome test.
Risk expert David Ropeik argues that despite constant headlines, Americans’ health worries are largely misplaced.
The brain, it turns out, can heal itself, and adding stem cells could unleash that toper to treat Parkinson’s, stroke and even depression.
Of every 300 people infected with HIV, one doesn’t get AIDS. Understanding this uncanny protection might help science imitate nature.
In depression, family members are helpless spectators looking on.
The beauty of a dappled steed comes at a cost to its health.
As medicine battles antibiotic resistance, tougher drugs breed still more deadly bacteria. New approaches could break the cycle.
As a cure for the disease, bariatric surgery is poorly understood. But it’s so effective that it’s now being done on patients who aren’t even obese.
The United States is launching a database to remedy a lack of transparency in clinical trial results.
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