The pandemic and recent wildfires have shown how unhealthy indoor air can be. But scientific and governmental inertia have slowed the necessary remedies.
Infusions of youthful blood led older mice to live 6 to 9 percent longer, a new study found.
Dubious claims in product marketing are everywhere. Don’t fall for them.
Financial and bureaucratic barriers in the United States mean that the next generation of Covid vaccines may well be designed here, but used elsewhere.
The Tablo System promises to make dialysis easier and more convenient for patients. But there are significant barriers to the technology.
Mouse experiments at Boston University have spotlighted an ambiguous U.S. policy for research on potentially dangerous pathogens.
Meet the medical experts fighting bogus science, one “stitch” at a time.
The gene-editing technology has led to innovations in medicine, evolution and agriculture — and raised profound ethical questions about altering human DNA.
The myxoma virus, fatal to millions of Australian rabbits, is a textbook example of the unexpected twists in the evolution of viruses and their hosts.
Researchers identified a protein in the fluid that could boost the cognition of aging animals — and might lead to future treatments for people.