Articles in Prevention & Treatment

Damage traced in part to dopamine system injury in brain cells...
Is play part of your plan for health? Leisure activities, particularly group activities, are a...
Experiments in mice with a bone disorder similar to that in women after menopause show that a...
Johns Hopkins researchers say they have developed a technique that can predict — with 95 percent...
Scientists zoom in and out as the brain processes sound...
Brain might be more resilient with advanced schooling...
Younger women with diabetes have a higher risk for heart disease...
If you have high cholesterol, then your doctor has surely talked to you about eating right and...
Birth by C-Section, Early Antibiotic Use Put Kids at Risk for Allergic Esophagitis...
Biomarkers may predict traumatic brain injury outcomes...
A new cranioplasty technique preserves brain protection...
Gretchen Hilmers
Some surprising new weapons are in development to aid those battling addiction...
CHRIS BUZELLI
From scurvy-ridden sailors to civilian hens, the discovery of vitamins has been a series of medical...
This is the final report in our four-part series on the cutting edge of research for treating and...
A psychologist investigates weight gain and metabolic changes…
A Q&A with two best-in-class scientific researchers…
A new look at the problems of metastasis…
A premier medical oncologist delves into the “molecular why”…
Illustration by Joel Kimmel
Three experts weigh the incredible possibilities and potential pitfalls of tinkering with genetics...

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