A move to lengthen limbs internally rather than via an external scaffold could reduce the effects of painful treatments, especially among younger patients
One year ago there were a dozen known cases of children with a mutation on the SCN8A gene; now, there are more than 90
The Bush administration's international AIDS program has been hailed as a success story, but will President-elect Obama follow through with a higher quality, fewer-strings-attached plan?
One clinic's youngest patient is 3
Is it possible? The United Nations agency thinks so. To see why, follow an HIV-positive mom and her baby as they go through an 18-month HIV-transmission prevention program
The agency will require new warnings on medication labels
Contrary to past guidance, new recommendations call for early introduction
Almost 90 percent of children's doctors have encountered such resistance