It seems as if salt should lead to weight loss, not weight gain. But a more complex metabolic picture is coming into focus.
The concept of circuitry, borrowed from computer technology, could make the next generation of gene therapies more flexible and powerful.
As despair deaths reach historic levels in the United States, interventions at health care checkpoints may be the best way to bring them down.
The risk of dying from heart disease varies dramatically from one ZIP code to the next. Researchers are teasing apart the reasons why.
A barrage of well-timed noises may, surprisingly, make for a more restful night’s sleep.
A high-fat, high-sugar diet can cause harm to the hippocampus—and that may lead, perversely, to even worse impulses around unhealthy food.
If transplant organs could be kept fresher for longer, they could help thousands more on waitlists.
Automated systems could soon take the guesswork out of managing diabetes. But will patients trust them with their lives?
In theory, smart microscopic particles could evade defenders and home in on cancer targets. Will reality catch up to the hype?
Regular exercise has long been associated with better brain function, but researchers are only now piecing together how and why that happens.
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