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Measles cases in the U.S. have hit a record high — 1,172 cases so far.
It might sound like fun, but this rare condition can make life very difficult.
Two Apollo 11 astronauts question NASA's planetary safety procedures.
Bats are being subjected to a deadly plague that may be threatening their existence. However, a new bacterial spray may help fight the fungus responsible.
A new study found a positive association between sugary drinks and cancer.
The animal we fear most? Spiders.
Our favorite over-the-counter medication has its limits.
Chinese scientist He Jiankui edited the genes of two babies to be resistant to HIV, provoking outrage. Now, a new genetic analysis shows why this was reckless.
We know exercise is necessary, but this research takes it to another level.
We may be able to detect cancer soon by simply peeing on a stick.
One of the world's deadliest diseases, malaria takes the life of a child every two minutes.
Believe it or not, for a few decades, giving people "milk transfusions" was all the rage.
"We inject one tumor and we see all of the other tumors just melt away."
2019 is on track to becoming a record-high year for measles cases in the U.S.
Though eggs are back on the menu, some are trying to rewrite the script.
A bill in New York would let older kids get vaccinations against their parents' wishes.
More vaccine-autism facts for the fact-averse.
Recently, "the London patient" became the second person in history to be cured of HIV. Now, "the Düsseldorf patient" appears to be the third, with the possibility of more on the way.
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The spike in measles cases stems from three outbreaks in Washington and New York.