With the world's smallest implant, you can use your smartphone to monitor your own blood.
Bandages could one day have sensors to catch infections early.
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Using stems cells from both humans and mice, researchers have managed to grow teeth from scratch.
This new social health network allows patients and doctors to interact in a more meaningful and productive way.
This video delves into the various factors that contribute to aging and tries to explain why it happens in the first place.
Locally sourced materials and solar energy team up to put an autoclave just about anywhere.
Had too much to drink? Want to drive home? No problem, a pill could soon sober you up in just a few minutes.
This gripping breakthrough has broad-reaching implications for the world of prosthetics.
Research using lab mice suggest that brain implants could give us the ability to see our world in magnetic fields and infrared light.