Last week, a study published in JAMA Oncology revealed one in four men in the U.S. are infected with human papilloma virus (HPV). And, that’s just the people with the cancer-causing strains.
The Minister of Health just confirmed a worst-case scenario: three cases of Ebola in a neighborhood near the soccer stadium, set to host an international tournament next month that will attract thousands of visitors.
The University of Minnesota will join a team of academic institutions, private companies, governmental entities and non-profit organizations across the U.S. as a partner for the newly established National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL).
Recent reports of Tuberculosis, a disease long thought of as a ‘thing of the past’ have sparked many questions among the public – What is it? Will I catch it? How can I prevent it?
It’s among the most common infectious diseases, difficult to detect and is the leading cause of deafness in children. This relatively unknown disease is called Cytomegalovirus (CMV).
Cancerous tumors are complex. The diseased cells multiply among healthy cells, spread to tissue and leech valuable proteins and nutrients from their surrounding microenvironments.
Flomax isn’t just for the prostate. That’s according to a new review published this week in The BMJ, suggesting that alpha blockers are also a beneficial treatment for patients who find themselves in the emergency room with a kidney stone that has dropped into their ureter, a thin tube that transports urine from the kidney to bladder.
In the middle of a conversation with his mom, he glimpsed the figure of a man from the corner of his eye.
Hundreds of people gathered at Northrop Auditorium for the Medical School’s Service of Gratitude to recognize donors of the Anatomy Bequest Program.
The holidays are a time to give thanks and enjoy quality time with loved ones. But often, especially during Thanksgiving, the day revolves around food.