Groundbreaking research, published in Nature, finds a fascinating and unexpected interaction between social behavior and the immune system.The study of human social behavior is a dense and difficult endeavor.
Scientists' understanding of the genetic roots of breast cancer is based largely on research conducted in women of European ancestry.That knowledge does little to help explain why African-American women with the disease are more likely to be diagnosed at younger[…]
No one knows exactly how it happened. It may have entered through a cut or bite wound, the blood of a chimpanzee seeping into an exposed fingertip or forearm or foot. But in the early 1900s, probably near a West[…]