Studies link brain disease to soccer and rugby hits, but the details are still unclear.
Stethoscopes tend to be more contaminated than the palms of physicians' hands, new research shows.
These deadly organisms can be tough to detect or kill. Still, the risk of infection remains low.
At hospitals in the future, it's likely we'll no longer see things like stethoscopes and white lab coats, and we also might have supercomputers replacing doctors! Join Trace and Anthony and learn about the reasoning behind possible drastic changes.
Handwashing is no joke, especially when wet hands can harbor a ton of bacteria. While hand dryers are better for the environment, overall, are they better than paper towels? Trace gets to the bottom of this viewer submitted question.
The end of stitches is near! Scientists have been experimenting with different adhesives, and one of the most promising is from sandcastle worms, which excrete an adhesive substance that could hold things together in, say, a human heart!