16 recommendations to help people facing disadvantages and barriers to accessing health care.
Take-home kits to screen for cervical cancer virus should be offered to reduce disparity, family doctors say in new guidelines. As Pap smears are phased out, HPV self-swabs called a safe, accurate measure.
Researchers have shown that yeast cells that accumulate misfolded amyloid peptides can recover after being treated with graphene oxide nanoflakes.
The chip generates results in less than 3.5 hours and helps treat bloodstream infections and sepsis quickly and accurately.
Healthcare providers of all types will benefit from acknowledging Gen Z’s preference for digital interactions, self-testing, and over-the-counter medications.
Scientists have created a new zebrafish xenograft platform to screen for novel treatments for an aggressive brain tumor called glioblastoma.
Some nine sets of metagenomic and transcriptomic biomarkers outperformed existing clinical prediction models
A new artificial intelligence (AI) model combines imaging information with clinical patient data to improve diagnostic performance on chest X-rays.
A new Canadian Institutes of Health Research study will seek to understand the effects of pandemic public health measures on people who use opioids and their closest supporters, aiming to safeguard lives during future pandemics.
Research finds that cigarette smoking increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in part by affecting a variety of metabolites that circulate in the bloodstream.