Scientists have engineered human cartilage for nostril reconstruction, while another team has grown artificial vaginas - both procedures used cells from the patients' own bodies.
Researchers have discovered how Epstein-Barr virus takes over cells, allowing the virus to make a copy of itself - a finding that could produce drug targets.
New trial finds that low dose aspirin does not prevent pregnancy loss in all women who have recently miscarried, but did increase chance of conception and live birth for some.
For missing children's cases, accurately predicting the aging process is quite tricky. But now, researchers have created a software program that accurately predicts appearance.
Previous studies have found that people with memory and thinking problems may be less likely to die from cancer. But why? New research from Spain investigates.
Scientists may have found agents that overcome drug resistance by helping conventional antibiotics like penicillin to resist the enzymes that superbugs produce to undermine them.
After years of trying to gain access to clinical trial data for influenza antivirals, researchers have reviewed such data and found that the drugs are not as effective as claimed.
MRSA varies greatly in toxicity from case to case, which makes prescribing appropriate individual treatment challenging. Could whole genome sequencing help doctors assess toxicity?
Researchers from MIT have found that droplets from coughs and sneezes travel up to 200 times farther than previously estimated, thanks to 'gas clouds.'