By analyzing blood samples 120 times faster than a traditional microscope, Octopi can lighten the load of overworked lab technicians.
Five years ago, the doctor Kent Brantly was evacuated back to the U.S. after being infected with Ebola—against the wishes of the man who is now president.
Inflammation plays a critical role in determining how we digest food, and it’s only now starting to reveal itself.
Democratic presidential candidates paint insurers as the health-care bogeymen, letting providers off the hook.
A new study suggests that evidence for microbes found on placentas was the result of lab contamination.
Moving the whole country to public insurance could result in two tiers of health care. In fact, it did in Brazil.
It’s not you, it’s Mercury retrograde.
At 119, Dharam Pal Singh has claimed to be the world’s oldest marathon runner. But is he exaggerating his age?
When it comes to public health, there’s a duty to make moral decisions communally.
The perfect drink for a medium-fancy generation
New uses of stem cells and 3-D printing could make baldness obsolete (for the wealthy).
The Krakowiaks’ two children are severely disabled, yet neither has received a conclusive diagnosis.
There might be a simple explanation for why edibles make some people so paranoid.
It’s my foot.
Inside the mind of a psychologist who helps determine whether parents are “good enough” to keep their children
America has rarely treated all people with HIV equally.
The ongoing outbreak is the second worst in history and has proved to be unusually difficult to contain.
If someone is going to revolutionize what it means to be human, do we want it to be a tech titan?
Personal-finance gurus really hate coffee.
Your mood might have a big influence on the type of companionship you want.
A new study in mice points to how cell biology, not willpower, might be the root of yo-yo dieting.