Lab-grown mosquitoes are infected with Wolbachia bacteria, which prevents dengue virus transmission to humans.
We live in harmony with most fungi, but a small minority threaten human and environmental health.
The technology was in development long before COVID-19, but the pandemic spurred a surge of interest.
Millions of lives have been saved since President George W. Bush established the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief in 2003—but what’s next?
With a new director on the horizon, experts offer the agency fixes to four key problems.
Oral health may be key to disease prevention and mitigation. We need better data and tech to find out how.
Wastewater surveillance was a key tool in the fight against COVID-19. As pandemic control measures wane, does it have a future?
The global health system isn't serving everyone. Nations prioritizing health security over humanitarian aid need to correct course.
Wealthy nations are preparing for a future pandemic while ignoring an ancient scourge: TB, a lethal disease that infects 2 billion people worldwide.
Rising rates of alcohol-related liver disease means we must change transplant criteria, says medical student John Messinger.