Advances in the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) raise challenges for health-care professionals who must determine whether patients remain capable of giving informed consent
Two studies in the January Archives of General Psychiatry sound alarms about the treatment provided to psychiatric patients.
What happens in the womb may hold clues to what causes schizophrenia, according to a symposium
Researchers studying what goes wrong in autoimmune diseases now have a road map to guide future work, thanks to two ambitious
A stereotactic radiotherapy device developed specifically to treat early-stage breast cancer is making its worldwide debut
Driven to improve treatment for heart patients with breathing problems, researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine had an idea: If
At 5:30 in the morning, Amal Isaiah, M.D., Ph.D., answered his phone. Just that week, he had been