Questioning the medical definition of disability through looking at milestones in genetic engineering.
Studies have shown that people are more attracted to a certain individual’s body odour. In the “sweaty t-shirt” study lead by Claus Wedekind, men wear the same t-shirt for two days and women are asked to smell the t-shirts and rank them on sexual attractiveness.
Sleep is a necessity for us all. Whether you fall asleep instantly after laying your head upon your pillow, or after tossing and turning during the night, we all get varied amounts of sleep.
Japanese scientists develop a new device for metronomic photodynamic therapy to facilitate a minimally-invasive as well as effective cancer treatment in delicate organs.
International medical cooperation has far more potential than we give it credit for
This question strikes at the heart of the tenuous link between statistics and causality in science
Did you say cancer? Eliminated?
The world’s first malaria vaccine has been approved for use in sub-Saharan Africa.
We have all heard the famous saying that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, however, is this to be replaced with “an aspirin a day keeps the doctor away”?
Humans may never notice this superhero germ-fighting duo, yet they work wonders in the immune system. Spider-Man-like immune cells sling webs to seize invasive bacteria and keep supervillains restrained until Pac-Man-like cells come to gobble them up.