Strains try to gain dominance by injecting competitor strains with toxins
Investigators gave enrollees a frank assessment of potential benefits, but human spirit seemed to overpower that message
Next test of "BiliCam" could determine whether it is approved as a medical device by the FDA
Black henna drawings on skin are associated with rashes and blistering
MS center aims to enroll 150 patients; interventions will involve medication, cognitive behavioral therapy
The school's third- and fourth-year clerkships are placing more emphasis on opioids' risks and dosages, and on alternative medications
Small tissue chips might be a better way to test drugs' safety and toxicity than the conventional methods of cellular and animal research.