Trial failure raises doubts about amyloid as a target for drug development
Propofol reduces the intensity of traumatic memories
The new drug, Zulresso, can work in days, not the weeks it takes for current treatments
Medical researcher Steffanie Strathdee needed to save the life of her husband, researcher Tom Patterson, when he contracted one of the world's worst infections. She turned to phage therapy: using a virus to kill the bacteria...
Thyroid hormone, which helps warm-blooded animals regulate body temperature, also appears to put a halt on heart regeneration. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Nasal spray related to the anesthetic/street drug ketamine targets treatment-resistant patients
10 years after the so-called “Berlin Patient,” a second man has been put into sustained remission
Johnson & Johnson has submitted its esketamine for regulatory approval, but researchers still don't understand how the fast-acting antidepressant lifts moods
Biology at the center of last year’s contentious gene-edited twins result may hold other benefits for brain injury
Study shows the power of the “argument dilution effect”
Plasma from young people offers “no proven clinical benefit” as a treatment against aging or Alzheimer’s disease, the agency says
A tortoise and a puffer fish inspire technology to overcome the multibillion-dollar nonadherence problem
At NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and its affiliated medical schools, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Weill Cornell Medical College, innovators in science and medicine are pursuing cancer research with the potential to redefine the field...
Turns out, bringing together patients, caregivers, advocates and researchers could lead to better outcomes. Here’s how to begin.
Killing ticks and inoculating people has failed, so researchers try immunizing mice via vaccine-laced food
Promoters hope efforts will also offer insights into treatments used for humans
The World Health Organization predicts the Democratic Republic of the Congo has enough of the experimental vaccine
Dietary supplements aren’t drugs, but the ingredients they contain are often highly bioactive. Ensuring consumer safety for these ‘natural’ products is a big job.
Scientists are working to correct a genetic defect in cystic fibrosis patients by having them inhale RNA. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Drugs could be more effective if taken when the genetic proteins they target are most active