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Could herbicides that were sprayed during the Vietnam War still be causing health problems?


Elsevier providing free access to medical and disaster content through NIH’s U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) program



Professor Laura L. Kiessling, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, receives the 2017 Tetrahedron Prize for her outstanding contributions to organic chemistry


The next generation of HESI provides actionable insights for improved student outcomes


Clearing the airway to prevent “tongue swallowing” can delay chest compressions and may contribute to unnecessary deaths, according to a new report in HeartRhythm



Elsevier congratulates its medical authors and editors for this industry recognition and consistently producing high-quality medical content


The game-based learning challenge is designed to help engineering graduates and under-graduates around the world


100% of Brazilian infants with confirmed and suspected Zika included in two new studies published in the Journal of AAPOS were born with vision problems




Bringing together medical students around the world, Elsevier announces winners for first-ever Elsevier Hacks competition


Histamine-producing probiotic reduces inflammation and suppresses colon tumors in mice by supplying missing enzyme, according to report in The American Journal of Pathology


New data published in Global Food Security indicate that animals primarily consume foods not fit for human consumption and meat production requires less cereals than generally reported