A failure to understand race means the development and testing of wearable health monitors can exacerbate existing health inequities.
Stir-frying emits an invisible mixture of gases and particles that pollute indoor air and can be detrimental to human health.
Giving antiretroviral therapy to babies with HIV in the first days of life can suppress amounts of the virus in the blood to undetectable levels.
Our minds wander less as we age and, when older adults do let their minds drift, they’re more likely to be distracted by pleasant thoughts, research finds.
A malaria-carrying mosquito, Anopheles stephensi, is moving into African cities, where a construction boom appears to welcome them in.
Unfiltered air from rush-hour traffic significantly increased passengers’ blood pressure, both while in the car and up to 24 hours later.
Women who have more than one episode of gestational diabetes or hypertension have double or even triple the risk of heart attack or stroke.
Being a caregiver may not only help those receiving care, but also those giving it, according to a new study.
A combination of antibiotics is more effective in treating Lyme disease than the commonly prescribed course of a single antibiotic alone.
More older Americans use cannabis now than before the pandemic, with 12% saying they’ve consumed a THC-containing substance in the past year.