A UChicago biologist asks why some birds continue to make elaborate displays long after attracting a mate, and finds that it may be best for their offspring.
Angelina Jolie, big data, hypertension and more in this week’s LabBook.
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.
A study by Dr. Mardi Gomberg-Maitland found that pulmonary hypertension is often misdiagnosed.
The patient who couldn’t swallow, lung transplants, neuroprosthetics and more in this week’s LabBook.
Statins, drugs commonly taken for high cholesterol, may have an added benefit for patients with a type of kidney cancer called renal cell carcinoma.
See how Dr. Marco Patti solved a college student’s sudden and scary esophageal disorder.
D-Rose’s knee, preening birds, neurosurgery and more in this week’s LabBook.
Imaging scans show how the brains of psychopaths respond differently to others in distress.
A look at how UChicago researchers are using one of the world’s most powerful biomedical supercomputers.
A wrap up of our coverage from the BIO International Convention in this week’s LabBook.