In spite of a government mandate, females are often treated as afterthoughts in scientific research.
Smart bandages quickly identify antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and normal bacteria, in owies.
State and local governments are hiring contact tracers to contain the spread of novel coronavirus.
Google is probably wrong about your health condition.
If confirmed, that's 10 times the official number of infected New Yorkers.
Chemical engineers have developed a way to protect transplanted drug-producing cells from immune system rejection.
Research supports wearing surgical face masks to slow the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
The response to the pandemic illustrates five actions we can take to address the global climate change crisis.
Understanding the math behind social distancing.
Flattening the curve on panic and disinformation.
Those who have experienced amputations often wonder what happened to their limb after surgery.
Half a billion people were infected.
A drug developed to combat Alzheimer’s Disease can trigger regeneration of tooth dentin.
Prevention is always better than waiting .
Is there anything we can do to help us give up this habit?
The more we learn about genetics and the brain, the more impossibly complicated both reveal themselves to be.
Will identifying patient zero curb the spread, or just cause stigma?
An epidemiologist explains.
Misinformation is rampant—but it is the Internet.
Preventable deaths for all five leading mortality causes are "consistently higher" in rural communities.
Scientists often find that they cannot replicate prior findings.
Smoking is not just habit-based but is deeply entwined with emotions.