New research is looking at treating your own cells to make them HIV-resistant. Dr. Thoma summarizes the findings.
Scientists have grown and transplanted a human trachea.
College students given good characters in games acted more nicely than those given evil, or neutral, ones.
Some call it ASMR, and I thought it happened to everyone, but apparently it only happens to some people.
The first crude artificial hands date back thousands of years.
From Curiosity on Mars to breathtaking leaps from the stratosphere, it’s Science Sunday again on AMERICAblog.
Actress Farrah Fawcett was the most famous woman to die of anal cancer. Learn the risks, symptoms and prevention.
Treatment with antibody-bound radioisotopes, combined with antiretroviral therapy, could be possibly curative.
Some good medical news to start the day.
Time once again for this week’s round up of science related news — and an open thread, of course.