A new type of wirelessly rechargeable medical device could replace pills for many patients with chronic conditions.
Scientists discover an important reproductive mechanism that could not only make non-hormonal birth control possible, but also treat infertility.
A technique to repair damaged nerves in the central nervous system could potentially restore functionality to those suffering from spinal cord injuries.
Scientists discover that a rare genetic mutation prevents diabetes in humans, even in people with unhealthy lifestyles.
Flu vaccines would be cheaper, easier, and more effective in patch form, and a clinical trial on them will begin next year.
MIT scientists create robot that accelerates drug trials for stroke medications, making the process more efficient and less costly for pharmaceutical companies.
Pills filled with strains of good bacteria, rather than drugs, could lead the way in curing illness.
It sounds like something a snake-oil salesman might peddle you, but by popping a pill, you could become a real life virtuoso.
Scientists successfully cure Down Syndrome in mice by using a single dose of a new drug.
It's taken nearly 30 years, but we may be very close to a commercially available, effective vaccine for HIV and AIDS.