In a world of limited resources and expensive treatments, the question of who to treat and when needs careful assessment
Researchers at Harvard encode information in DNA at a density on par with any other experimental storage method.
Geneticists say they have finally settled the debate over when and where our ancestors had sex with Neanderthals
A new device could help epilepsy patients control unpredictable seizures when medications don't work.
Triple-combo would be easier and faster than existing treatments and could fight drug-resistant strains.
Amyloid-recognizing drug has no effect in patients with a high-risk genetic background.
The way the disease tricks the body's defenses could help researchers develop better treatments.
Biologists have long wondered how our organs all grow at the same rate. Now theoretical physicists think they've found a clue in the special way sandpiles grow
A daily dose of Gilead's Truvada reduces infection in high-risk, uninfected men.
A study suggests that a gene-suppressant could someday be delivered via a cream.