Allergies, how do they work?
What can other countries learn from medical advances in Cuba.
Why - and when - is placebo effective?
Dr. Ian Crozier was declared cured after a harrowing bout with the Ebola virus, only to discover that his left eye was full of the virus.
There's been a long history of research on vitamin supplements and their potential cancer risk.
The CRISPR-Cas9 (CRISPR) method of genetic manipulation enables scientists to insert, delete, and edit genes in organisms from lowly microbes to monkeys.
A look at the research in mind/body science and pain.
What is jet lag, and why does it affect us so much more in the spring than in the fall?
Upending our entire understanding of inheritance, an infant can apparently inherit genes directly from her mother’s bacteria.
A new study says that children raised in homes where dishes are typically washed by hand have lower rates of allergies than where the dishwasher is used.