Four paraplegics are newly able to move muscles using a new therapy that involves electrical stimulation of the spinal cord. Continue reading →
Ebola is one of the deadliest known viruses and there is no known cure. Continue reading →
Half of Americans endorse at least one medicine-based conspiracy theory. Why?
Many people who aren't able to sleep or suffer from insomnia turn to sleeping pills to help get some rest at night. But do these pills actually put you to sleep? Join Trace as he explains how sleeping pills actually work.
What if there was a way to ingest a microchip that would send a message to your doctor if you were taking a medicine wrong? Well, Annie is here to tell you about how this technology might be here sooner than you think.
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.
New findings suggest that suppressing fever can result in the infection of tens of thousands of additional people each flu season.
The experimental transplants are temporary, with the idea of removing them after one or two successful births. Continue reading →
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