Can science make people live healthier for longer? 2:14
An MIT researcher has turned 30 years of aging research into something you can use right now.
High tech archaeology found a new way to screen for vitamin D deficiency
Vitamin D deficiency is an age-old problem, but new techniques from archaeology may be the key to catching it early.
Why don’t vaccines work as well in poor countries?
Our best tool for preventing disease is the least effective in the places where it's most needed.
Two billion people have TB. What should we do about it?
In the fight against TB, sometimes it's better to just get along.
Unlike smoking, vaping won't mess with your microbiome
Smoking kills off good bacteria and upsets the balance of power your gut.
The ebola vaccine is still working 2 years later
The vaccine works great at preventing infection—let’s hope it can also prevent media panic too.
What we need right now is a little bit of Hans Rosling
The Swedish public health researcher says that, contrary to most of what you hear, the world is actually moving in...