Digitalisation and new technologies in medicine could reduce healthcare's environmental footprint. But a benefits-assessment method is still lacking.
Whenever the word CRISPR-Cas9 comes up, the name Emmanuelle Charpentier follows. Prof. Dr. Renneberg traces the career of the Nobel Prize winner.
Burnout hits emergency service teams in particular. The results of a large-scale study are clear: when caregivers suffer, patient safety is at stake.
A gene signature for mitochondrial dysfunction is associated with aggressive tumour subtypes, treatment resistance and low survival rates.
The HeLa tumour cells were taken from Henrietta Lacks against her will in 1951. Their history, and contribution to medicine and science over decades is incredible.
How harmful is smoking for hearing? And what to this sense when tobacco smoking stops? An American study provides answers
A physician recounts his experience at a migrant reception centre in Crotone, run by Italy's Red Cross, amidst bureaucratic red tape and inefficiencies.
"Medicine is becoming more feminine" you hear. But what does it mean? Prof. Dr Mandy Mangler discusses the daily implications of women in leadership roles.
Today, there are many different global crises and they all have an impact on the health of the population and play a role in the developments of mental illnesses, which are now also referred to as a global mental health crisis.
Global warming, extreme weather events and air pollution are making children sick. What can physicians do now to ensure a better future?
Berberine, naturally present in some plants, counteracts inflammatory processes. A study review addresses if it has an effect on stomach and liver cancer.
The extra installment of this miniseries gives some suggestions for a special "ER" playlist, including hits like "Accidents Will Happen", "Save Me" or "In the Blood".
In mobile services, the cabin music becomes the invisible team member. Synonymous with focus or motivation, it is also a generational bridge.
The benefits of music for patients have been widely studied, so isn't it time for a more hollistic and global evaluation on the medical and therapeutic applications?
In transgender and gender-diverse medical care, gynaecologists play a supporting role. How should this group of patients be treated? The WPATH published a standard-of-care document on the issue.
Three years since the start of the pandemic, SARS-CoV-2 faces the immunity that humans built up through vaccines and countless infections.
Children treated with various baricitinib dosages for atopic dermatitis showed significant amelioration with high dose in the BREEZE-AD-PEDS study.
Compared with the same treatment given entirely in the adjuvant setting, this application improves event-free survival in resectable stage III–IV melanoma patients.
First-line pembrolizumab plus chemoradiotherapy shows favourable trend to improved EFS in locally advanced head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
Which pain was worse? A renal colic or the removal of urinary calculus? Whoever did it needed to master the technique and understand the patient.