Just 12% of Americans account for half the country's total beef consumption.
“I think it has a real chance to reverse motor symptoms, essentially replacing a missing part.”
Scientists have three theories.
CRISPR, stem cells, and even cancer drugs are helping shape an AIDS-free future.
This is especially true for three key groups.
Over a third are worried that vaccines can cause "canine autism."
Football is a risky sport, but bicycling to work is far more dangerous.
Subtle clues emerge ahead of the attack via changes in scent.
Interventions can make the most difference when Alzheimer’s is detected early.
The brain implant lets her talk four times faster than the previous record.
It happens to four in ten women.
"They decreased their drinking to the point that it was so low we didn’t record a blood-alcohol level."
A high-fat diet might trigger inflammation of the hypothalamus.
Bad news: Sleeping in on the weekends probably won't cut it.
Can targeted interventions save Americans?
Ethicist and doctor Simon Whitney argues that society's overly cautious approach to medical research is blocking breakthroughs.
Don’t argue with science. Just do it.
Someday, scientists could use stem cells to guide the development of synthetic organs for patients awaiting transplants.
The topical gene therapy could one day help millions regain their vision.
"I am not sick at all but everyone around me becomes sick."
Unless you're drinking a dozen diet sodas per day, you have nothing to worry about — and maybe not even then.
It could lead to earlier diagnoses, better treatment, and fewer deaths from pancreatic cancer, which kills 88% of patients within five years.
Don't feel compelled to start a napping routine just yet.
Retatrutide, Eli Lilly's innovative "triple g" drug, is setting new standards in the fight against obesity.