This video by Stanford Hospital & Clinics highlights the complexities of diagnosing and treating autonomic system disorders.
Team Curēus talked with Matthew LaVelle, Wayne State University School of Medicine. His entry won Grand Prize in the Curēus Fall 2012 International Poster Competition.
Stanford University Scientists have developed a technique to genetically engineer key immune system cells and make them resistant to HIV, according to a new study.
Our video team caught up with Jay Gantz on campus at the University of Washington. Jay won 2nd place with his Cardiology poster submission entered in the Curēus Fall 2012 Poster Competition.
Even though symptoms are similar to lymes disease, the Borrelia miyamotoi bacteria will not show up on tests for lymes disease according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine this week.
Curēus met with Robert M. Quencer, MD, Robert Shapiro Professor of Radiology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Chairman of the Department of Radiology and Curēus Editorial Board member.
Younger woman who consumed blueberries and strawberries at least three times a week reduced their risk of a heart attack by as much as one-third.
Shawna Bellew won 3rd place for her entries in the OB/GYN and Internal Medicine categories in The Curēus 2012 Fall Poster Competition.
The New Yorker is the latest publication to pick up on the myriad of issues surrounding scientific publishing in their article Cleaning Up Science by Gary Marcus.