Bad news: Sleeping in on the weekends probably won't cut it.
Can targeted interventions save Americans?
Ethicist and doctor Simon Whitney argues that society's overly cautious approach to medical research is blocking breakthroughs.
Don’t argue with science. Just do it.
Someday, scientists could use stem cells to guide the development of synthetic organs for patients awaiting transplants.
The topical gene therapy could one day help millions regain their vision.
"I am not sick at all but everyone around me becomes sick."
Unless you're drinking a dozen diet sodas per day, you have nothing to worry about — and maybe not even then.
It could lead to earlier diagnoses, better treatment, and fewer deaths from pancreatic cancer, which kills 88% of patients within five years.
Don't feel compelled to start a napping routine just yet.
Retatrutide, Eli Lilly's innovative "triple g" drug, is setting new standards in the fight against obesity.
It is generally ineffective, occasionally poisonous, and driving numerous species to the brink of extinction.
"The only options left were experimental approaches in clinical trials."
To advance the gender-affirming healthcare of all those who transition, we must also understand the nature and causes of those who detransition.
"Domesticated viral genes" may not be domesticated as scientists thought.
Cancer likes glucose. So take it away.
A secret to a long, healthy life may lie in the diversity of gut viruses, which can supercharge bacterial metabolism and resist disease.
A study found that older adults who cannot balance on one foot for ten seconds have an 84% higher risk of death than those who can.
From gene expression to protein design, large language models are creating a suite of powerful genomic tools.
Tardigrades can completely dehydrate and later rehydrate themselves, a survival trick that scientists are harnessing to preserve medicines in hot temperatures.
Walking is rarer in the U.S. compared to similar nations. It is also deadlier: Nearly 7,500 pedestrians were killed in 2021.