How New York City’s Bellevue Hospital prepared to treat a potential Ebola patient
Health care emergency management expert Kristin Stevens tells us what went wrong in Dallas, and how we can do better
The CDC is closely monitoring the outbreak of a rare respiratory infection afflicting people in Illinois and Missouri. Just how bad is it, and what can be done to stop the spread?
The deadly Ebola outbreak in west Africa highlights the urgent need for a vaccine, and researchers say one may be available in a few years
Soccer heading poses greater risk to youth players
A congenital connective tissue disorder that confers pro basketball height also permanently benches an NBA prospect’s dreams of joining the league
Pulled hamstrings took out two U.S. players at the World Cup. Why?
One of the most fundamental but elusive constituents of the cosmos could soon be cornered
A growing population of elderly people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia in China threatens to overwhelm the country’s social support systems
A bill making its way through the House Science, Space and Technology Committee would set the country’s science agenda by favoring certain disciplines