Abhijeet Solanki, a seven-year-old from Gujarat, had received up to 80 blood transfusions as a treatment for thalassemia major. Then his sister was born.
The investigation was launched after ER nurses and doctors were caught playing a racist game about Indigenous people's blood alcohol levels. Now more than 10,000 people have complained about mistreatment.
Sabrina can’t find comfort in her favourite food, or the scent of a loved one.
Lack of understanding about how skin complaints appear on darker skin can lead to misdiagnosis for Black patients. A new generation of medical professionals wants this to change.
While it could help to treat IBS and potentially even alcoholism, doctors warn patients to leave the procedure to medical professionals.
Multiple hospitals have already been extorted in cyber-attacks. Experts warn that their defence strategy could actually make the situation worse.
Professors are starting to orient Charles Darwin within a rich history of people from all cultures who have grappled with the mechanisms of life.
AMS is a rare and debilitating disorder. But for a Russian teenager named Lesha, it's just part of being alive.
Bisexual people have poorer mental, physical and sexual health than either heterosexuals or homosexuals. We explore why.
Taking nootropics—supplements that promise to enhance mental function—could expose you to high doses of unapproved drugs, in combinations that have never been studied in humans.
A challenge to the Affordable Care Act is scheduled to come before the Supreme Court Nov. 10, just days after Election Day.