Inflammation, which is part of many illnesses and infections, has been found in brain cells and is being implicated as a cause of depression.
Patients who have bariatric surgery stand to lose not only lots of weight but often an identity which changes many of their relationships.
A new movement in medicine seeks to put compassion back in medicine.
A variety of liver diseases may cause test results that mimic alcohol-related cirrhosis. One, known as PBC, is the second largest reason for liver transplants in women.
Self-driving cars are being developed more rapidly than most experts thought possible. But even if they’re technically possible, can we be assured of their safety?
We discuss the mental health benefits of owning a dog, and the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for emotional support animals.
High risk organ donations and even organs carrying diseases that never would have been acceptable before are now able to be used if recipients accept them.
Virtually all animals with a backbone yawn, but scientists don’t know what purpose it serves or why yawns are so contagious.