After malaria transmission drops precipitously, epidemiologist William Moss asks, What next?
The Back on My Feet running club is remaking lives one early morning jog at a time.
Can the risk for childhood injuries be reduced with a checklist that looks at hazards in the home?
As a father and an epidemiologist, Dean Michael J. Klag shares his search for answers to the autism epidemic.
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The Last Pixel: Circle of Life
Scientists are discovering how harsh environments in early life affect individuals … and even their grandchildren.
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