Experts reflect on the rise of fake medical news and better ways to treat depression.
Since the early 1980s, AIDS has killed more than 35 million people worldwide. But researchers are determined to find better treatments, cures and preventions that many finally put an end to the epidemic.
AIDS still kills, in numbers more vast than most people realize. But the right blend of science and policy could end the scourge.
Exercise is usually healthy. But taken to an extreme, can it put the heart in peril?
Martin Hirsch explores the role of a tenacious virus and the role of “fake news” in the great epidemic of 1918.
Peter L. Slavin and Timothy G. Ferris highlight the need for new approaches to treating depression.
Re-engineered cells are making waves in cancer treatment. But there may be a safer way to achieve the same effect.
At long last, new therapies—including heat treatments and psychoactive drugs—are offering relief for people with depression.
A failed birth control drug gives a boost to cancer treatment.
A century after the worst plague in history, researchers seek a universal flu vaccine to head off a repeat of the disaster.
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