A pristine record of toxic exposures and psychological trauma rests in a child’s mouth—if only it can be decoded.
A metabolic slowdown would press pause on the body until surgeons can repair damage. How close is it to becoming a reality?
Why do some people react poorly, even catastrophically, in emergency situations?
A freak explosion tore through the quiet Nova Scotian city, prompting one of the most dramatic medical responses in history.
Disaster struck at a packed Boston nightclub 75 years ago. What happened next became a milestone in burn care.
The largest nightclub fire in U.S. history became a milestone in modern medicine.
It’s a matter of time before the next bombing, shooting or violent attack. How can emergency physicians save more lives?
Saving lives after a terrorist attack takes coordinated action, and hospitals are racing to improve their plans.
To treat her young patients, Nadine Burke uses research on how adverse childhood experiences affect health.
It can be as resilient as it is vulnerable, recovering from the most devastating wounds. Researchers are only beginning to understand how.
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