Scientists focus on people who carry genetic mutations that cause severe childhood diseases—but don’t get them
Tissue may help create better skin transplants for patients with severe burns or skin diseases
Among a group of 82 Ebola survivors in Liberia, nearly all had some neurologic problems six months or longer after they were infected
The tissue engineering technique could someday help restore the voices of patients with otherwise untreatable vocal disorders, although more testing must be done
The dogs in a study chose whether a face was happy or angry by tapping an image with their noses
More sitting time per day is associated with the risk of colon and endometrial cancer
A spider-like arachnid fossil helps explain the evolutionary path of modern harvestmen, often called 'daddy longlegs'
Using trunks and vocalizations, elephants reassure one another when distressed