Sufferers of epidermolysis bullosa rarely live past the age of 35, but a promising new skin graft technique using a lab-grown epidermis could change that.
Scientists and health experts are excited about Shingrix, a promising new vaccine to protect against shingles outbreaks.
A fight over supplementation of vitamin A makes it to the federal court of appeals.
Just two cups of coffee per day can significantly reduce the risk of alcohol-related liver cirrhosis.
Researchers at MIT have designed a new drug-release particle that could someday change the way we immunize kids.
Today’s modern buildings with synthetic plastics and chemicals release toxins that can be deadly for first responders.
Unprecedented number of new species found in Amazon rainforest amid battles over mining and logging in Brazil.
Native Madagascans asked to stop performing traditional “turning of the bones” ceremony due to concerns over a deadly bacteria.
Scientists find that patients are able to recount events that happened while they were clinically dead.
A nine-year study by Belgian molecular biologists finds that sugar fuels cancer cell growth.