The award recognizes Merrill’s exceptional contributions to the field in her nearly 30 years as a lupus physician and researcher.
Business of Health: How the virus is remaking the American workplace
The pandemic has forced many of us to work remotely, either part or full time. And judging from a recent survey, most people are in no hurry to return to their prepandemic work habits.
Australia’s flu outbreak could forecast problems for U.S.
If the flu season wrapping up in Australia is any indication, the U.S. may be in for a particularly bad one.
OMRF research shows how exercise can benefit cartilage
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of disability in the U.S., affecting nearly 31 million Americans.
Superbugs: Why antibiotic resistance is a fast-growing crisis
Antibiotic resistance occurs when a bacteria, fungi, or parasite is no longer curable by medicines previously able to treat them.
What is the impact of the holiday binge?
Are there long-term effects from occasional overeating?