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HIV/AIDS: Remembering the fight  Featured
HIV/AIDS: Remembering the fight
December 1, marks the 25th anniversary of World AIDS Day. Two doctors on the front lines in those early years share their experiences.
New heart risk calculator flawed? 
New heart risk calculator flawed?
Do new heart guidelines overestimate the risk of heart disease? Some experts think so.
Uncovering myths behind breast cancer clinical trials 
Uncovering myths behind breast cancer clinical trials
Knowing the benefits cancer research provides may change your mind about the importance to participate now.
FDA to regulate mobile medical apps 
FDA to regulate mobile medical apps
With nearly 17,000 health apps available, the agency will focus on the ones that don’t perform as promised.
Is genetic counseling right for you?  Featured
Is genetic counseling right for you?
Everyone wants to know what the future holds for their health. And the answer could be in your genes. Here’s what you need to know.
Can breast cancer treatment take a toll on your heart? 
Can breast cancer treatment take a toll on your heart?
A recent study highlights the link between radiation treatment for breast cancer and heart disease. So what does it mean?
Monkeys cured of HIV-like virus—could humans be next? 
Monkeys cured of HIV-like virus—could humans be next?
Nearly 32 years after the initial outbreak of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, researchers find a promising cure in a similar condition in monkeys.