The approach uncovers secret spots where the virus lingers in the body.
Everyone in Canada could get screened, for a price.
“I wouldn’t let anyone use it on me,” says one herbalist.
The findings may help explain why some tumors are more aggressive than others.
This kind of effect has been seen in the U.S. after fires, too.
One family has three children with a fatal, progressive genetic disease. Will the FDA approve a drug they believe has helped them?
The synthetic skin isn't perfect, but it should be good enough to fool an octopus.
The two children, a 10-year-old and a 13-year-old, are from a 34,000-year-old archaeological site in Russia.
Scholars and practitioners agree there's a problem with the research.
The maker of Botox has been accused of unethical practices—but those accusations are also raising suspicions.
The fact that there is not a proven terrorist link may make this event easier for people to process.
Even after five years on the market, the promised benefits aren't showing up.
Oysters have extremely high levels of zinc, which researchers think might block one particular channel found on cancer cells.
Brexit could lead to months-long delays in accessing both new and older medications.
Like a sponge, these wristbands soak up chemicals that could have an impact on human health.
The virus has become more aggressive, increasing the threat of lifelong problems.
Cancer drugs and medications that transplant patients need are among those produced on the island, according to the FDA.
An American NGO sterilized about 400 stray dogs and cats that live around the former nuclear power plant.
Sea turtle populations seem to be on the rebound after decades of work.
In a total coincidence, the same Houston hospital saw a patient with a flesh-eating infection, then published a paper about how it kills.