A not-so-simple affliction of the sinuses engenders misery, $8 billion in yearly costs and overuse of antibiotics
Genetically engineered gut bacteria hold promise for safe, targeted therapies
A comprehensive, full-bodied analysis is brimming with encouraging data
Researchers are finally getting the tools to understand just how the microbial communities in and on our bodies affect health. But there are many mysteries left to solve — and many technological challenges.
It’s easy to get, but difficult to study or treat. Scientists are making progress against the virus thanks to an infusion of cash and a new way of culturing it in the lab.
Latest therapies control the inflammatory disease for many but not all. Scientists are investigating the roots of the variability and what to do about it.
The Nobel laureate and former NIH director talks about how far the field has come, where it should go and why some of the best discoveries in oncology still aren’t reaching patients who need them
In general, it promotes health. But it might not if your relationship is troubled or your partner is ill. Here's why, and what can be done.
A summary of “Update on Alzheimer’s Disease Therapy and Prevention Strategies” by W. Vallen Graham and coauthors, in the 2017 issue of the Annual Review of Medicine
Tumors and more may be fueled by an ancient protein with myriad jobs in the body. Scientists hope to tap this knowledge to generate novel therapies.
An expert’s view on a common-sense diet: Don’t fuss over details, and put more plants on the plate