It’s against the law to drive without a seat belt. Why can we opt out of vaccines?
A bureaucratic bumble exposed sensitive information.
A "quantum leap" from "taking soft tissue from the arm or leg and wrapping it in a tube to make it look genitalia-like."
The tiny little microsurgeons of the future are coming.
Some doctors list psoriasis, eczema, and diabetes as conditions that might warrant a medical exemption.
In this episode of Symptomatic, we look at drug-resistant infections, and whether the new cures we desperately need can be found at the bottom of the ocean.
Developing a malaria vaccine is a feat that faces both technical and financial challenges.
As medical schools seek to expand their reach and capture the attentions of smartphone-prone students, class is getting increasingly virtual
Among other things, Floris van den Berg will be studying whether his crewmates remember how to fly a Soyuz after spending time in the environment.
A visit to a dysphagia support group in Seattle to explore what life is like when you struggle to swallow.