Nanotechnology for liposuction? Scientists say yes.
Doctor, doctor, I feel like a home diagnosis.
A new research study shows that fasting in mice and humans helps the body get rid of damaged cells and regenerate new ones.
Duke University scientists have invented a new drug that protects and heals the body after exposure to deadly radiation.
Nanomaterials attached to the outside of a food or medicine container warn you if the contents have spoiled.
Start-up company RevMedx saves lives by inventing a syringe filled with small sponges that can seal wounds and stop bleeding in record time.
Fixing a damaged heart just got easier, thanks to a new medical superglue that activates when exposed to UV light.
The world's first self-regulating heart (meaning that it speeds up and slows down as needed) has made its way into humans.
For the first time, scientists have successfully created red blood cells in the lab, completely from scratch.
Swedish bioengineers figure out how to grow grey matter in a laboratory setting. Nothing bad will ever come from this.