When Eisenhower came clean about his heart attack, it allowed one physician to change the nation’s views on cardiac health.
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An ambitious data project may help doctors predict when a patient’s diabetes will take a turn for the worse.
Health Story Collaborative explores the value of letting patients talk about their illnesses. Also: how terrorist attacks affect us.
Samuel J. Sinclair studies the deep scars left by terrorist attacks.
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Vaccines are most helpful before an epidemic hits. So which diseases should researchers prepare for next?
Tropical diseases thrive little noticed and unaddressed in the poorest areas of the United States.
Troves of data are gathered during clinical trials, but most of it stays locked away. Could freeing it lead to new cures?
Peter L. Slavin & Thomas J. Lynch Jr. discuss the growing “open data” movement and its implications for scientific research
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