A new study shows that poor-quality sleep can speed cancer growth and dampen the immune system’s ability to control or eradicate early cancers.
A look back at our favorite science and research stories from 2013.
Remembering a giant of cancer research and more in this week’s LabBook.
Neurosurgeon Peter Warnke is working with a new, minimally invasive treatment for children with focal epilepsy.
Evolution & medicine, mobile neuroscience, bacteria genes and more in this week’s LabBook.
OCD, scary surgeries and antidepressants in this week’s Halloween edition of LabBook.
The extraordinary story of how pediatricians kept a boy’s lungs clear after he was buried under 11 feet of sand.
An interview with Jessica Kandel, MD, our new chief of pediatric surgery, on her research and what’s in store for surgical programs at Comer Children’s Hospital.
Sometimes just defining cancer in greater detail can make a big difference.
A clinical trial for patients with anorexia nervosa shows that patients are three times more likely to stick with treatment when they are involved in setting its goals.