How does a country decide what risks are acceptable in everyday life?
Inspired by the story of Mallory Smith, a biology grad student and a tech consultant launched a website to make experimental phage therapy more practical.
A Komodo dragon named Tujah, who lives in an alligator farm in Florida. Scientists are studying a substance from his blood that has germ-killing abilities.…
Dr. Jeanette MacLean, left, and a dental assistant, Stacy Serna, with 4-year-old Knox Urschel, before treating a cavity with silver diamine fluoride in…
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As our sense of American identity has evolved, the labels on our syrup, long a symbol of American authenticity, have not always kept up
Driven by the urgency of young Nicholas Volker's medical condition, researchers seek clues in his DNA - and find more than they expected.
Third of three partsArmed with an answer that brings its own questions, Nicholas' doctors and parents weigh a risky treatment.