Fighting mosquitoes is no walk in the park. A disease ecologist describes the landscape of mosquito-borne diseases here in the United States.
Most patients don’t take their daily medications every day. The technology behind a once-a-month pill could save them from themselves.
Rapid genetic sequencing maps an Ebola outbreak in fine detail.
In the 1980s physician Miguel Ribeiro took stunning photographs of his South African patients. How has the nation’s health care fared in the years since?
A brief history of quarantine in policy and popular prose.
Treating the epidemic means re-evaluating a public health tool with a storied past.
An MGH program in South Africa partners with young women to research the earliest phase of HIV infection.
Deciding to keep her medical condition a secret from her parents becomes a declaration of independence for one woman.
The aftermath of the January 12 earthquake in Haiti had these medical bloggers pondering everything from the quiet courage of patients to wider issues in health care.
At Singapore’s gleaming Biopolis complex, researchers get all the money and lab support they need. What they don’t get is time.
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