Neuroscientists are vying for a prize that awards the science behind preserving a brain's total functionality for a century. Continue reading →
Startup company developing networked oral and ear thermometers that plug into your phone's headphone jack. Continue reading →
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What will the future will be like, and how it will affect you personally? Well, actually, the medical future is already here.
Structures resembling tiny, beating hearts can now be grown in a lab, using stem cells derived from skin tissue. Continue reading →
As the Japanese population ages, caregiving is going to the robots.
A scanner packed with sensors can capture your heart rate, temperature, blood pressure, oxygen level and more. Continue reading →
Children with access to smartphones at night get 21 fewer minutes of sleep per night than children who have no electronic devices before bedtime.
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