Novartis broadens cancer immune therapy pipeline with acquisition, pacts
Novartis has broadened its immuno-oncology pipeline with the acquisition of Admune Therapeutics and through licensing agreements with small drug...
Well: Lifting Weights, Twice a Week, May Aid the Brain
A new experiment suggests that light resistance training a few times a week may also slow the age-related shrinking of some parts of our brains....
App scans products for food allergens
For individuals with food allergies or dietary restrictions, grocery shopping can be especially tedious as each item’s ingredient list and...
What it means if you’re attracted to other people
It shouldn’t shock you to learn that your wife or partner may be attracted to other men.
23andMe Will Resume Giving Users Health Data
The genetic-testing company stopped providing health information in 2013 after the F.D.A. ordered it to prove the accuracy of results....
Collective Health, Insurance Services Start-Up Focused on Employers, Raises $81 Million
Collective Health, which provides tools to help companies with their employer-provided insurance, has now raised a total of $119 million from...
Feature: The Strange Case of Anna Stubblefield
She told the family of a severely disabled man that she could help him to communicate with the outside world. The relationship that followed would...
Hundreds of Students Will Learn What It Takes to Work in Agriculture
Through the University of Florida Marion County Extension's second annual STEM program, students will visit nine stations at the Extension office...
Test Catches Asthma in Children Before Symptoms Appear
Nearly 7 million children in the United States have been diagnosed with asthma and thousands more are living undiagnosed, struggling to breathe...
Infection tied to California restaurant leaves 11 in intensive care
Health officials say 11 people have been hospitalized in intensive care after contracting a bacterial infection linked to a San Francisco Bay Area...
San Diego Team Combats Memory Loss by Enhancing Brain Function
A new study, led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute, the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System and University of California...
Loyola Physician Honored by Catholic Charities
Early AIDS/HIV medical crusader, Paul O'Keefe, MD, Loyola University Health System, receives Catholic Charities top honor for a lifetime of...