Changes in their environment, such as fresh food trucks, walking groups, screenings, and cooking demos, helped Boston residents eat better and get more exercise.
A study zeroes in on 12 symptoms out of more than 200 that have been cited as persistent aftereffects of the SARS-CoV-2 infection.
The new research effort aims to identify genome diversity within cells of different bodily tissues, which affect normal development, aging and our overall health.
The researchers were instrumental in work on a new genomic reference collection that represents greater human population diversity.
For many people, transportation poses a significant barrier to accessing procedures for colorectal cancer screening.
The Freeman Hrabowski Scholars are seen as potential research leaders who will promote diversity in their fields.
WHO recently named XBB1.16 a COVID-19 virus variant of interest, which means it has properties worth watching.
Study shows some nerve cell circuits for color vision are uniquely human.
A new protein design software adapts a strategy proven adept at board games like chess and Go.
A study showed that digital 3D breast tomosynthesis leads to better cancer-screening performance than 2D mammography.