Behavioral changes and screenings may be just as important as treatments, if not more so.
Without it, some survivors would have to drive hours to access expert nurses.
As the number of polio doctors dwindles, the disease’s survivors are suffering alone.
The government is leaving billions of dollars on the table. Here’s how to fix it.
Readers share insights from the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Australia.
As case numbers fall, the outbreak could become entrenched.
COVID knocked flu, RSV, and other respiratory diseases out of whack. When will they be back to normal?
You’re now allowed to see everything physicians say about you in their notes. It’s complicated.
Decades after the ADA passed, medical care still isn’t accessible.
Umbilical blood can be a valuable treatment for rare diseases. But that doesn’t mean you need to pay thousands of dollars to bank your baby’s.
Can computers crack the code of sepsis?
Experts can’t agree.
Only a couple dozen doctors specialize in chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Now their knowledge could be crucial to treating millions more patients.
A lifelong promoter of vaccines suspects he might be the rare, unfortunate exception.
It got too cozy with its host.
Robots could someday be fully autonomous in operating rooms. Their biggest challenge might have nothing to do with the technology.
The world has been so close to eradicating polio for so long—which is exactly why the virus is staging a comeback now.
Welcome to the two-vaccine conundrum.
Doctors have their stories to tell about mental illness. But what about the stories we tell ourselves?
Prepare yourself for a lifetime of fall vaccine campaigns.