For centuries, the voice of the Greek doctor Galen, who held that blood is produced in the liver and filtered through tiny pores in the heart, went unchallenged.
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The 2019 Nobel Prize for Medicine honors a discovery that may make it possible to prevent or even reverse the damage from cardiovascular disease.
How does a wild dolphin end up resistant to antibiotics?
Do those ubiquitous pink ribbons stand for women’s health concerns... or for normative concepts of beauty?
Will outside-the-womb gestation, increasingly viable for animal embryos, lead to a feminist utopia? Or to something like Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World?
In the U.S. and Europe, there's still discomfort around the topic of masturbation. But we’ve come a long way from tying it to mortal sin and insanity.
New progress in stem-cell research raises some thorny ethical questions.
In the 19th century, Europe and the United States saw a "mania for operating."
Some people born in able bodies feel as if they were meant to have disabilities. How should the medical community be responding?