Articles Tagged with “SCREENING”

People who live with a disability are no stranger to overcoming obstacles. But the bias of a clinician shouldn’t be one of them.

Hospitals get a step closer to conquering a deadly disease that most people have never heard of.

Health officials know how to stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. So why the growing epidemic?

Testing cells in the nostril may change how doctors diagnose the deadliest form of cancer.

Soon it will be both easy and inexpensive to screen a newborn’s whole genome. But that could be a terrible idea.

A new genetic test may hold the promise of greatly reducing unnecessary treatment in prostate cancer.

Early screening for disease saves lives, but research shows that some tests may do more harm than good.