Humans and their pets suffer from many of the same ailments, and medications that cross the species barrier may help those on either side of it.
Alcohol use is at an all-time high among older Americans, and that trend brings a host of health risks.
Is risk of the disorder inherited, or do genes get scrambled in the womb? Researchers may be closing in on some answers.
By studying the mysteries of anesthesia and how it affects the brain, Patrick Purdon may have found a new way to predict Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative conditions.
Lyme disease cases spike in the warmer months. Research on the disease is inching forward, as the number of reported infections reaches new heights.
Males and females experience pain differently—and appear to process it differently, too. Why has it taken so long for science to find out?
Changing the norms of surgery may head off the addiction that can take root during recovery.
Stem cells, gene therapy and devices that can beam images directly into the brain offer new hope to those without sight.
More children survive cancer, but infertility is often the cost. New techniques offer hope.
The most damaging forms of multiple sclerosis get new treatments, including one that is already widely available.
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