The surgery that could stem sub-Saharan Africa's AIDS epidemic
Findings from a Center for Refugee and Disaster Response "cluster survey" of mortality since the beginning of the war in Iraq sparked a global controversy.
Jonathan Links explains the promise and peril of going nano.
Following DNA from cell to society
Our societal senior moment is on the horizon: By 2030, one in five Americans will be over 65. Now is the time to redefine aging and health.
For centuries the tenacious bacterium that causes tuberculosis has eluded humanity's attempts to kill it quickly, but one researcher may have landed a better solution. Mycobacterium tuberculosis, meet Ying Zhang.
Entomologist Rebekah Kent's tale of death and life at the end of malaria season
Aside from the use of photocopy and fax machines, the transfer of health care information has not changed much since William Henry Welch founded our School.