No, researchers did not find a so-called stupidity virus.
A 2007 tuberculosis case teaches us about contagion, travel, and quarantine.
Is an artificial day/night cycle affecting our health?
The early promise of stem cells might finally be overcoming controversy and paying off.
Walking Dead: the science behind the zombies.
Anthrax sets self-perpetuating booby traps in order to spread itself, researchers have found.
Such forms of enforced isolation are referenced as far back as the Old Testament, while the word "quarantine" itself dates to the late medieval Plague.
Douglas Melton’s stem cell lab at Harvard published a landmark study in Cell documenting a huge step towards treating Type I Diabetes
Modern health authorities combating the Ebola virus in West Africa might look to medieval infection control for inspiration.
What if the rise in marijuana smoking prompted by legalization brings more than just tolerable negative side effects? What if it is actually good for public health?