We need not only to counter false information about vaccines, but also expand our view: they are there to protect everyone at every stage of life.
The disease, which typically effects boys, is a genetic defect that leaves children without an immune system.
Basic cellular activity in pigs’ brains has been restored hours after its death, by researchers at Yale University, which could lead to advanced human treatments for strokes.
Thrombectomy is a revolutionary stroke treatment where the clot is literally sucked out of the patient’s brain.
New research shows that malnourishment can put children at risk of developing some kind of health problem within ten years of going hungry.
As machine learning progresses, its applications include faster, more accurate medical diagnoses.
Thailand created a successful universal healthcare system others can learn from.
The Stentrode, a neural implant that could allow paralyzed people to communicate, can be delivered to a patient’s brain through the jugular vein.
A measles outbreak in Brooklyn, primarily among Orthodox Jewish children, prompted New York City on Tuesday to declare a public health emergency, requiring unvaccinated people in the affe...
The lines between work and home are blurring, and research suggests Americans are getting less sleep than previous generations. Is encouraging napping at work the answer?
The new method can draw the HIV virus out of hiding, and then eliminate it permanently. It could be the first step to developing a vaccine.
The UK began its HPV vaccination programme for girls aged 12-13 in 2008. Since then there has been a dramatic drop in cervical pre-cancer rates in young Scottish women who received the va...
Nearly 75,000 people in America need an organ transplant, and that list is only set to get longer. Animals could provide the solution to the organ crisis.
Researchers have created a new fluorocarbon-based polymer skin which, when combined with a fluorine-rich ionic liquid, can heal itself. This reduces electronic waste and gives the technol...
Extreme global warming means one billion people could be exposed to mosquito-borne diseases for the first time by 2080, according to a study.