Articles by Hobson, Katherine
Watson's foray into oncology is only the first baby step toward applying "big data" to thorny medical problems.
Hospitals have significantly boosted their readiness for disaster since Sept. 11, 2001, and the anthrax attacks that began just a week later.
Targeted therapeutic regimes offer hope to those facing life-threatening diseases.
Wellness and social programs are aimed at helping med students achieve work-life balance.
Family physicians, advanced-practice nurses and physician assistants are especially in demand.
B-school grads can find work off the beaten path in the energy, pharmaceutical, and healthcare sectors.
Dietitians offer a list of good snacking options, from almonds to yogurt.
There are lots of claims about two components of coconuts. Here’s what we know.
Getting enough fiber—and the right kind—may prevent early death.
Saturated, polyunsaturated, monounsaturated, and more: what it all means for your health.