Discover how opioid addiction affects the brain and how evidence-based treatments are saving lives.
Leonardo da Vinci dissected some 30 cadavers in his lifetime, leaving behind a trove of beautiful—and accurate—anatomical drawings.
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In addition to causing disease itself, the virus destroys immune cells trained to respond to other pathogens the body has encountered before.
In a new study, brain-like organoids made from human cells were slower to mature than their chimpanzee and macaque counterparts.
The study, originally published in June, contained an error that its authors caught months later.
Through a series of video clips, a viewing guide for the video clips, and a community screening guide for the documentary NOVA Addiction, the collection will help students better understand opioids and the disease of addiction.