Cryogenic electron microscopy is driving a burst of discoveries about how molecules work in health and disease
Engineering heart tissue to improve the lives of infants with severe heart abnormalities
Countering the impact of racism on health
Anti-CD47 cancer treatment has been found to help atherosclerosis
She’s a virtual coach with a winning track record and bilingual advantage
Stents or bypass surgeries might not be needed for patients with stable heart disease who don't have symptoms of chest pain.
Advanced technology and a design that puts well-being first come together in the new Stanford Hospital
Inflammation from a simple infection can awaken a silent genetic defect in rats that carry it, resulting in a deadly form of pulmonary hypertension, a study shows.
Researchers ID cells that transform into tissue that caps off plaque in atherosclerosis. They also believe they’ve found the gene responsible for the transformation.
The Humanwide project integrates detailed health data with team-based care to better understand each patient