Health news from the Science desk of The New York Times
Health officials recommend that consumers dispose of onions or products containing them if they're from the supplier Thomson International or if they don't know their source
One day, a Talkspace executive approached an employee with an intimate request: Could she and a company co-founder read through his therapy chat logs and share excerpts with the staff?
That the C.D.C. is contending with this problem highlights the seriousness of Legionella in the aftermath of coronavirus lockdowns, and how complicated it can be to prevent it
A molecular biologist, Flossie Wong-Staal helped establish H.I.V. as the cause of AIDS, then cloned it and took it apart to understand how it evades the immune system. She has died at 73.
Two scientists won the Nobel Prize in medicine for their work on cancer immunotherapy. Here's a visual explanation for how immunotherapy works:
The University of California San Francisco health system says it will no longer be able to test patients in about five days. The reason? A shortage of testing swabs that are made in Northern Italy, which has been hard-hit by the coronavirus.