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Research in mice suggests that it might be possible to delete specific painful memories.
A noninvasive test for genetic defects in fetuses has reached human clinical studies.
A company is testing whether stem cells from fat could help prevent long-term damage after a heart attack.
Scientists have made strides in predicting how influenza outbreaks will spread, but now the pressure is on for a breakthrough way to model how deadly new strains form.
Electronic “bridge” could one day assist paralysis patients.
A surgery-free prosthetic retina restores vision in blind mice and raises the prospects for something similar in people.
The treatment suggests that the approach could be used to treat more common disorders.
Laser pulses can control a beating heart without causing damage, and could lead to new kinds of pacemakers.
A device sends shockwaves to prompt blood vessel growth.
A new technique might help doctors foresee suicidal thoughts before a patient even has them.