How can diseases be treated or even be prevented? And how to diagnose diseases in the first place? The science and practice of medicine seeks to find answers to these questions and to maintain and restore health using a variety of interventions, methods and therapies.
The China Study
The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, and Long-Term Health
Gene Therapy Tackles a Common Birth Defect: Deafness
After false starts, researchers are making progress toward treating deafness with gene therapy
Scientific American, 2018
To Help Aging Populations, Classify Organismal Senescence
Comprehensive disease classification and staging is required to address unmet needs of aging populations
How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again
Basic Books, 2019
The Pain Gap
After decades of assuming that pain works the same way in all sexes, scientists are finding that different biological pathways can produce an ‘ouch!’.
Medicines on Demand
The next big revolution in pharmaceuticals could be miniature production systems – small enough to fit in a briefcase.
Classify Viruses – The Gain Is Worth the Pain
Viruses hold solutions to a lot of problems, so let’s fund and reward cataloguing, urge Jens H. Kuhn and colleagues.
The Pain Relief Secret
How to Retrain Your Nervous System, Heal Your Body, and Overcome Chronic Pain