A pathogen - commonly known as germs- is a living particle that causes disease or illness, most often by disrupting the normal functioning of the human body.
Physician’s turn their eyes to canvases to diagnose the ailments hidden in famous works of art.
A medical miracle made of metal helped polio sufferers to breathe in the 1900s.
Advances in genetic testing, immunotherapy, and other areas are transforming the way we treat breast cancer.
Mosquitoes are the deadliest animals on Earth, killing 725,000 people a year and sickening millions of others.
Vaccines have a long and storied history, from milkmaids’ cowpox pustules to snorting the scabs of infected people.