As the World Cup games continue, we talked to neurologist James Noble, MD, about the known—and unknown—risks of heading in soccer.
Columbia University researchers have discovered an enzyme deficiency in the brain that is linked to Prader-Willi, a rare obesity syndrome.
Heart failure is no more common in individuals with sickle cell trait than in the general population, a new study has found.
In a phase 1 study, eight out of 12 patients with relapsed and/or refractory blood cancers responded to a combination of two common chemotherapy drugs.
Wolfgang Pernice hunts for the gene that caused his neuromuscular disorder and hopes it will help lead to better treatments for others with Charcot Marie Tooth Disease.
Columbia research finds that people with schizophrenia who have difficulty hearing subtle changes in pitch may be helped with auditory training and a drug targeting NMDA receptors.