Scientists have found that sometimes people infected with measles later develop "immune amnesia": their bodies don't remember being sick, even with other viruses.
Our ideas about surgically “correcting” intersex conditions go back to a shift in the profession of surgery seven centuries ago.
The federal government pushed the improvement of emergency services from several directions in the 60s and 70s.
We won't solve all of the pressing environmental problems, but we can help mitigate some.
Brain organoids could be the key to understanding brain diseases, which is why we should think carefully about how far we are prepared to take them.
A new CDC report warns: “Stop referring to a coming post-antibiotic era—it’s already here.” Contrast that to a 1944 article on the promise of penicillin.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are envisioning a toilet that can analyze urine for indicators of disease.
Early scientific results on transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) show promise, but are they enough to support a multi-billion-dollar industry?
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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