A study of women who underwent bariatric surgery found multiple health benefits, including the elimination of precancerous uterine growths.
The multimillion-dollar center will focus on cyber systems that interact with, and help control, the human environment.
Emergency medicine physicians at U.Va. suggest that health care providers and passengers alike think ahead before they get on a plane and find themselves in a difficult situation.
Undergraduate students are about to launch into the stratosphere a cosmic radiation detector that they designed and built in an engineering lab.
The mutated genes may be particularly susceptible to cancer-fighting drugs already approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Professor Thomas Bateman interviewed scientists working on some of society’s most long-term projects to determine how other people, too, can move beyond short-term thinking and motivate themselves for long-term achievement.
The fourth-year students designed a health-promotion app for tablets that was among the winners of a $500,000 competition that challenged entrants to think of a way information technology can be used to make life better for Latinos.
The breakthrough offers a new strategy to protect humans from infectious diseases, and may offer a “Plan B” when the parasite develops a resistance to the only available treatment.
Environmental scientists have studied Virginia’s mountain streams since 1979. Their findings have contributed to understanding the effects of acid rain, mercury pollution and climate change on natural areas, such as Shenandoah National Park.
In “Self and Soul: A Defense of Ideals,” Edmundson calls on a host of poets, philosophers and religious figures to explain the ideals of compassion, courage and contemplation.