Your relationships, your health
In a rare "domino" transplant, one woman receives a heart-lung transplant — and meets the woman who received her heart.
The relationship between artist Frida Kahlo and her Stanford physician-pen pal, Leo Eloesser, MD.
The third generation of a family that carries a gene that almost inevitably causes stomach cancer finds help and hope.
Today’s heroin epidemic, and the opioid prescriptions that fuel it. A conversation with addiction expert Keith Humphreys, PhD.
What Abraham Verghese, MD, teaches students about the value of a bedside exam.
A conversation with veteran journalist Lesley Stahl, whose new book is Becoming Grandma.
Mental health treatment is on the verge of being customized, based on knowledge from neuroscience about which circuits in the brain are going awry.
How three engineering grad students with dreams of exploring space turned their expertise toward analyzing human breath for disease.
Author Vernor Vinge contemplates the future of big data, the prospect of extreme longevity and why we’ll still need doctors.
Fetal cells can hang around in mom’s body for decades after pregnancy — with mixed results. They may both repair damaged cells and trigger autoimmune disease.