Over the last decade in Rwanda, deaths from HIV, TB, and malaria dropped by 80 percent.
The results of a project to quantify and understand how human illness is changing on a global scale
New super-thin mesh has the potential to be inserted into a woman's vagina to provide barely detectable contraception and HIV protection for several days.
The recent economy robbed Americans of insurance, exacerbated psychological stress, and, paradoxically, saw fewer people die.
Not only do patients with multiple chronic diseases receive overall suboptimal care, but their disjointed care results in redundancies and inefficiencies that put disproportionate pressure on our health care system.
The economic link between the global diabetes epidemic and developing countries, explained
High-impact activities like football are known to cause creeping brain damage that can't easily be detected until after death. But promising research may give rise to new methods of diagnosing chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
While a recent media report was more hype than science, it did focus on a promising pathway for cancer treatments.