A ball of central nervous system tissue could be an inexpensive and 3-D testbed for biomedical research. Continue reading →
Parkinson's disease causes the loss of brain cells in a part of the brain that controls muscle movement.
A spoon filled with smartphone tech helps people with tremors grab an easier bite to eat. Continue reading →
In a medical first, a patient has asked to play the guitar while an electrode is implanted into his brain. Continue reading →
These are tough times for the Vatican. Not only is the current pope under fire for allegedly helping cover up child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, but questions have recently been raised about a miracle attributed to the previous pope, John Paul II. Though John Paul was one of the most belove...