Skip to content

Will medication help overweight teens control their weight? That's the question posed by a new study published today in the journal Archives of Pediatrics & …

Published on

An eight-person team of Stanford physicians and nurses returned home Sunday from a medical aid mission to Haiti. Stanford physician Anil Menon tells KGO-TV: The …

Published on

The Nike+ iPod-based running system has been around for quite a while, but ReadWriteWeb has rounded up some other connected fitness devices you may not …

Published on

This video shows Doctors Without Borders, or Médecins Sans Frontieres, workers and Haitians constructing inflatable hospitals on a soccer field in Port-au-Prince. Such "plug-and-play" hospitals …

Published on

The videos from TEDMED 2009, TED's medicine-themed conference, are finally starting to creep onto the Web. You can find them here. The first and currently …

Published on

Speaking of Haiti, the Feminist Peace Network recently discussed the unique, post-earthquake health needs of women there: In Haiti, as is always true in the …

I'm dorkily excited about the Science Online 2010 conference starting tomorrow in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. No, not because I'm going (sigh), but because …

Published on