Nobody likes getting blood drawn. But a new technique could make it easier to check on your blood without actually drawing blood, using fluorescing nanoparticle tattoos.
Okay you crazy kids, time to pack it up and go home. Researchers at Scripps have just invented what looks to be a vaccine against heroin, that when taken, will prevent the drug from having any effect on you, ever.
People with scarring in their vocal cords can find themselves with difficulties speaking, or even a complete inability to speak. But a fancy new gel from the smart folks at MIT and Harvard could give them their voices back.
Jawbone's Up is a new wristband designed to track your health and help you stay in shape, tracking your behavior over time to keep you better informed about your body.
Here's a fun study to be a part of: a Dutch group tested the effects of video games and marijuana use on Alzheimer's patients to see if it helped their memory. And wouldn't you know it? It did.
Most canes can only tell you one thing about a user's health: they can't walk all that well on their own. But The Aid cane does much more than that.
So, you want to be a dentist. That's all fine and good, but few people are gonna want you fiddling around inside their mouths before you know what you're doing. Enter the Hanako 2, a robot just for dentists.
Getting your colon looked at isn't the most pleasant experience in the world, but this new device from Japanese researchers could make things a little less painful.
Well this is some exciting news: a group of medical researchers from the U.S. and U.K. have developed a vaccine that successfully cures prostate cancer. In rats. But still, it's an amazing step forward.
Scientists have created a brain implant that has helped rats increase their memory function, paving the way for similar implants to help out people with memory-impairing brain injuries.