Contraction of biomedical research labs may have begun due to 5% sequester cut to NIH budget
Four shots a year with a long-lasting drug may prevent HIV infection in the future.
Flock lost to bird flu sets back research efforts
Venter to decode 40,000 human genomes a year, along with body’s microbes and metabolites
Study suggests cutting protein more effective than cutting carbs
Approach promises a shot in the arm to AIDS prevention efforts
Vaccine boosts strep and staph infections in mice, but is ultimately safe
Viruses from fossilized feces shed light on the evolution of intestinal bacteria
Study finds evidence of the MERS virus in camels from Sudan and Ethiopia, raising concerns that patients in Africa may have been overlooked
People with Down syndrome are signing up for trials of several drugs aimed at helping their cognitive impairment, even as researchers explore more radical ideas to "cure" the genetic disorder.
One in four camels in Saudi Arabia now carries the virus, new study suggests
An experimental technique that manipulates a woman's DNA could spare her from passing on a potentially deadly disease to her children, but the technique breaks new and ethically fraught ground.
Study suggests deformed wing virus is spread by honey bees
Health ministry claims Novartis Pharma hyped drug by pointing to flawed clinical trials
Questions emerge about possible image manipulation in two recent studies
A ceremony to honor French scientist Marthe Gautier for her research in the 1950s is called off at the last minute.
Using stem cells, researchers spawn abundance of blood-clotting platelets
Multinational meeting today to address widespread failure to meet international health regulations
New model could help prevent future pandemics
Undercover investigation by German television finds scientist selling a protein invisible to current tests
Government will "encourage" reductions in animal use but won't set limits
Former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona explains how he became a supporter of electronic cigarettes.
Outbreak threatens poultry research center and reignites debate over role of wild birds
Psychological therapies may be an effective alternative to medication for some patients
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