A study in rural India is raising hopes for a future without antibiotics
Even as new therapies raise hopes, diagnoses and costs prevent widespread treatment
A group of recent findings may eventually pave the way for better treatments
Forget wearables, the hottest tech around is chewables
We're a long way from a human version, but the initial results are promising
The cellular processes that help tumors thrive in the body are a promising new target for cancer treatments
Researchers made waves last year by successfully implanting new jaws in rats
We don't really know what causes diabetes, but it involves these misshapen proteins infecting each other
Scientists and the media share a fair amount of the blame
Our biological building blocks may be much more resilient than scientists thought possible
Trying to understand MRSA, a recent study used mice whose defenses were 5 to 63 percent human
The little blue pill started life as a failed treatment for chest pain
HIV is tricky to fight because the virus changes so much. That reminded researchers of something else that fluctuates frequently.
Farmed fish and office-bound humans face a common problem
We know the microbiome is important to health, but we're still developing the tools to understand how and why
Understanding where mutations come from is key to fighting the disease.
For this scientist, the race to understand one of the world's most mysterious diseases is personal.