An image of a mesa that came to a scientist in his sleep sparks insight into a deadly heart disorder
Harmful effects of e-cigarettes are heightened by cinnamon, menthol and other flavorings
New Stanford medical school curriculum gives more flexibility and incentives for long-term research
People born with heart defects have a higher risk of cardiovascular disease as adults and should be monitored more carefully than previously thought.
Medical residents experience global health needs firsthand
A study of the genetic and health records of thousands of U.S. military veterans could offer clues for treating heart disease and diabetes.
Doctors and families grapple with what’s next when a severe genetic disorder is diagnosed during pregnancy
How digital medicine is improving patient care
Meet a new member of the health care team: the electronic health record
Evidence of blood-sugar level spikes in healthy people prompts call for everyone to undergo annual continuous glucose monitoring.