While pandemic news drove visits, advances in other areas of medicine and biomedical science also piqued interest.
A journal essay argues that Western societies could benefit from acknowledging social robots' relational value.
Millions of people in low-income countries should have basic vaccine protection first, two bioethicists argue.
Over the past 15 months, face masking has proven its value as an intervention against the transmission of COVID-19, says Dr.
An analysis argues that embracing an African-based ethic of solidarity will yield a fairer global response to disease outbreaks.
A network of U.S. biomedical engineering researchers calls to end funding discrimination against Black scientists.
The authors note that Washington is the only state to offer three public-safety mechanisms discussed in the Perspective.
Even partial protection of one dose could be enough to slow the spread of the virus, the UW Medicine researchers argue in a paper.
Researchers say that emotional pain and chronic pain are related, and painkillers, ultimately, make things worse.
NEJM paper relates survey respondents' candid expressions of distress and admiration, among other emotions.