Accelerating the pace of engineering and science.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins talks with STAT's Casey Ross about how the rankings are done, and why they matter to both hospitals and consumers.
This week, the FDA did something rare: it reversed itself, and said it would no longer require further study of a drug for a rare disease.
Eleven-month-old Charlie Gard was born with an extremely rare genetic condition called mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome.
Fasting has become a more popular way for people to quickly lose weight and improve their health, but is it the best approach to meet those goals?
In March, President Trump set up a commission to focus on the opioid crisis. But this week the group missed its first deadline.
The rapper, half of the duo Mobb Deep, was diagnosed with sickle cell as an infant and his death has raised questions about the disease.
A simulation set up by researchers found that drones could deliver medical supplies an average of 16 minutes faster than by ambulance.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with STAT's David Armstrong about the role of middlemen in the booming addiction recovery business.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with STAT reporter Andrew Joseph about what hospitals and patients can take away from the findings.
The administration announced that it's expanding a policy that prohibits American aid from going to foreign NGOs that perform or promote abortions.
Blue Cross Blue Shield announced that it's re-entering the Knoxville market, just three months after the only remaining insurer, Humana, said it was pulling out.
The number of Americans who are 65 and older is expected to more than double to 98 million by the year 2060.
A study out this week finds that people living with CF in Canada live, on average, 10 years longer than people with the disorder in the U.S.
The lack of big advancements is in part because ailments of the brain can be much more complicated than physical issues.
Students seeking mental health care in college often face long wait times, according to a new survey from STAT.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with STAT's Rebecca Robbins about the biggest issues that drew companies' and trade groups' attention.
The superbug is better at evading antibiotics, and showing other bacteria how to evade antibiotics, than scientists had previously realized.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with STAT correspondent Dylan Scott about Kennedy, and about Trump's views on vaccines.
The study's findings offered a new possibility for treating diabetes. But its conclusions were soon questioned, as they couldn't be reproduced.
Chemotherapy and radiation can take away patients' sense of taste. Sometimes just temporarily, but sometimes permanently.