It’s twilight on a warm May evening at the Congaree National Park in Hopkins, South Carolina. A wooden boardwalk weaves ...
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with Kalyanam Shivkumar, a cardiologist at UCLA, about his push to create a new anatomical atlas after discovering the one used by doctors for decades was made by the Nazis.
A new CDC report finds that in 2022, over 7 million children and adolescents in the U.S. had gotten an ADHD diagnosis at some point in their lives. That’s 1 out of every 9 kids. And it's a million ...
On this episode, we assemble another panel of medical experts to dig into this month’s biggest health care headlines.
An avian flu outbreak in dairy herds has stoked tensions between the federal government and raw milk advocates. Milk testing ...
Central Florida is a hot spot for the ancient disease, puzzling researchers. They’re digging into the phenomenon.
Federal regulations prevent the donations, including of ligaments, and blood vessels. Advocates say this needs to change.
New research shows that the number of 12- to 25-year-olds who used the GLP-1 medications climbed from about 8,700 a month in ...
The Central African Republic is the first country to receive thousands of doses of a new malaria vaccine recommended by the ...
Medetomidine a chemical long used by veterinarians, is now turning up in the street drug supply and triggering a new wave of ...
The answers involved career choices, sleep habits, dog greetings — and bologna eating (although to be fully transparent, we ...
Black babies are at higher risk of infant mortality than white babies. There are also several factors behind the barriers to ...