HIV antibody therapy is associated with enhanced immune responses in infected individuals, an international research team finds.
The virus you were exposed to as a young child determines how well you fight the flu for the rest of your life, Canadian researchers find.
In the human body, cells shield themselves from disease-causing microbes by scrambling their lipids into liquids, according to new research by an international team headed by IRCM and UdeM.
Algorithms based on artificial intelligence do better at supporting educational and clinical decision-making, according to a new study.
Single parents are less likely to ban cigarette smoking and keep the home smoke-free than two-parent families, a public-health survey finds.
A research team at CHU Sainte-Justine sheds light on the mechanisms underlying chronic granulomatous, a disease linked to severe infections.
Casting lines into human cells to snag proteins, a team of Montreal researchers has solved a 20-year-old mystery of cell biology.
The team of Dr. Gregor Andelfinger makes a breakthrough in understanding the mechanisms of a common congenital heart disease.
Findings from a new study on critically ill children may alter policies at hospitals where fresh red blood cell units are preferentially used.
Dealing with your emotions can help you avoid taking up the bottle, a new American study of Canadian teenagers finds, with help from UdeM's School of Public Health.