After completing his residency, the young pediatrician Dr. John Moses shed his white coat and spent eight years making house calls with a camera.
Health officials are looking into an E. coli outbreak that infected some attendees of the annual North Carolina State Fair in October.
When clinical trials suggest an expensive cancer drug is ineffective but individual cases highlight its benefits, the methods for evaluating clinical research come into question.
Keith Whitfield, professor of psychology and neuroscience, has been named vice provost of academic affairs, the University announced Wednesday.
The University is furthering its global expansion in Vietnam and this time in the realm of environmental policy.
The public shouldn’t let old practices perpetuate the view that corporations are all villains in the move toward a more sustainable future.
Living in a low-income neighborhood can have a negative effect on overall health, but Durham Health Innovations has a plan to reduce this issue in the Durham community.
One University professor has adopted an unconventional teaching method for his Chemistry 43 class.
Michael Platt is the new Duke Institute for Brain Sciences has a new director.
Television appearances aren’t helping chimpanzees’ endangered status.