Our expert this week explains that in order to move into this new era of medicine, we need to take a look back at our evolutionary path.
Medical Notes: Music Is Good for Your Health, New Cancer Therapy, and Is America Ground Zero for the Next Pandemic?
Will America be ground zero for the next pandemic? Grief may be making you sick. A new experimental therapy is saving cancer patients. Music is good for the soul—and your health.
How to keep your kids safe in pools this summer. It’s time for camping, grilling, and avoiding mosquitoes. New treatments for eye disease may be right around the corner. Forget about our digital fingerprints, our actual DNA can be found almost anywhere in the world.
Lupus ABC is the first of its kind public-private partnership with the FDA, allowing researchers and patients to work together on lupus treatment breakthroughs.
New precision medicine may be a breakthrough for cancer treatment. Is dry cleaning bad for your health? Light therapy could mend your heart.
Treatments for metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer have remained the same for seventy years – until now. Scientists have created a medication, called Nubeqa, that pairs with the original treatments and helps lengthen the lifespan of patients.
Your posture may be affecting your medication. Then, aging no longer means losing your memories. And finally…do generous people sleep more?
Research shows vaccine patch is 11x more effective in combating Covid variants in mice than standard needle delivery Afraid of needles? It’s your lucky day. Research published in the journal Vaccine shows that a vaccine patch is 11 times more effective in combating Covid-19 variants in mice than a standard needle delivery. Experts say this …
Many patients with rheumatoid arthritis are forced to try numerous, expensive medications until they find one that works. Fortunately, Scipher Medicine’s new blood test offers a precision approach, discovering what medication will work the first time.
Dr. Jeanne Tie created a blood test that determines whether chemotherapy is necessary for patients living with colon cancer.
Dr. Emiliano Santarnecchi hopes to use the placebo effect as a supplemental therapy to medicinal treatments. He discusses the potential applications, as well as the ethical dilemma behind this idea.
Cancer treatments like radiation or chemotherapy elevate a patient’s risk of fatal heart disease, even decades after beating the cancer itself. Fortunately, a new medical discipline called cardio-oncology is working to reduce this heart damage in cancer patients.