Promising yet far from proven, this approach to treating post-traumatic stress neutralizes a memory just before it comes back to haunt you.
Often, biology knows best, which is why these medical innovations borrow liberally from natural properties and processes.
Someday, we might all be taking it—even if we don’t really need it.
After the panic, the author of our article on avian flu discusses developments in the story.
Addiction significantly alters the brain, drawing drug users into its irresistible chemistry. Treatment, then, can’t block the high.
Scientists are untangling puberty’s central mystery: What combination of genes and environmental cues flip the switch?
An excerpt from Allegra Goodman’s novel Intuition.
The link between obesity and diabetes is well established. But it’s not the only reason for the skyrocketing incidence of the disease.
In some trials, subjects have responded just as well to sugar pills as they have to real treatment. So how can we trust any real results?
Understanding the patient’s genetic makeup is leading to better, more precisely targeted treatments.
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