Inflammation coaxes lung epithelial cells to be replaced by those more commonly seen in other organs - a clinically relevant event that can be studied using accurate in vitro models of the human lung.
A trial found that ovarian cancer screening doesn’t save lives, but the research still taught experts much about the disease
COVAX is the international effort for sharing Covid vaccines with the world’s poorer countries. But could more be done by rich nations to ensure that recovery from the pandemic is more equitable? Natalie Healey investigates.
A high-fat diet is thought to increase the risk of a heart attack. But some say that the long-held dogma of ‘bad’ cholesterol might be flawed.
The British public holds the NHS in high regard, but leaders must address a number of major challenges if it is to meet the country’s growing medical needs
Some medicines, such as epilepsy and HIV treatments, are known to stop hormonal birth control working as effectively as it's supposed to. But there is some debate about whether other medications such as antibiotics can cause contraception problems too. We take a look at the latest research.