On World AIDS Day, President Obama pledged Thursday to provide HIV treatment for millions more around the world. Jeffrey Brown discusses the state of the epidemic with U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Eric Goosby, clinic director Dr. Patricia Nkansah-Asamoah and…
By Talea Miller
A new machine that can detect multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in record time may revolutionize treatment.
Concerns Rise Over Shortages of Prescription Drugs…
By Francine Uenuma
After more than a century, the storied Walter Reed Army Medical Center is closing its doors. Patients are being transferred to Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland, which will officially become Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Headline: Emergency Departments Struggle With Growing Drug Shortages…
By Talea Miller
In countries throughout sub-Saharan Africa, health workers often treat patients for malaria even when a test indicates the parasite isn't present. The practice worries many health experts.
Peter Moskos argues flogging as an alternative to sending people to prison.
Special correspondent Dave Iverson looks at a unique program that uses dance as therapy for people with Parkinson's disease.
As part of a new partnership with the NewsHour, Jay Shefsky of WTTW's "Chicago Tonight" reports on scientists' search for effective treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder.
Two studies have doctors energized about the prospects for treating people with advanced cases of deadly skin cancer and the prospects for a new breast cancer drug. Judy Woodruff discusses the latest developments with Dr. George Sledge of The American…
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