First he lost his freedom; now they're coming for his music. Once Martin Shkreli was the smirking "Pharma Bro" who induced outrage by jacking up the price of a life-saving drug and insulting his detractors on social media, now he's a prison inmate.
Mike Daube taught his Staffordshire terrier, Ollie, an impressive trick—he taught her to sit … on the editorial boards of medical journals.
A forthcoming paper in the American Journal of Medicine settles on complications from tuberculosis as Frederic Chopin's cause of death.
There's a lot of partying in one patient's room at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Ill. And it's all about the hokeypokey.
Researchers at Imperial College London have shown that a toxin from the Peruvian green velvet tarantula was able to alleviate pain.
A London neonatal nurse thought there was something missing from the array of available emojis: one representing a mother breastfeeding.
A team of Cantabrigian researchers trained eight female Welsh mountain sheep to recognize the faces of four famous people to determine how sheep measure up to monkeys and humans in the task.
Anok Yai, a pre-med sophomore from Plymouth (N.H.) State University, had her picture taken by photographer Steven Hall while attending an event at Howard University's homecoming and is now a professional model.
At home games, fans sitting in Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City send a wave of support to patients sitting across the way at the new University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital, and now they have t-shirts to match.
High school freshmen Tyler Duke and Mason Covington are the youngest recipients of the Betty A. Lowe MD Award for outstanding service to children.
The blue agave plant is already being investigated as the source of treatments for osteoporosis and lowering blood glucose, and now is being used as the raw material in a bio-skin to treat second-and third-degree burns.
Since January, nearly 1,000 people have contracted salmonella poisoning from chickens and ducks in 48 states and the District of Columbia. The CDC says that toll was four times higher than in 2015.