New drug developed by scientists has successfully slowed memory loss from Alzheimer’s disease in aging mice.
Researchers have discovered that injecting a network of nano articles into the body of diabetics can help control blood sugar levels
Researchers have discovered that exhaled human breath could be as used as an identifier to diagnose diseases.
Make up your mind, appendix! Studies show that the organ, often more trouble than it's worth, has evolved independently in mammals over and over again.
Keeping children (and kittens) in the dark could be a solution for lazy eye.
Though my doctor doesn’t seem to have gotten the note, needles are increasingly becoming a thing of the past.
Pseudo-stool created in a robotic gut can replace human fecal matter used to correct imbalances in bacterial colonies in patients left devastated by an infection.
Taylor Binns never planned to experience a simple delight of the world again: seeing it. The world was slowly going black, and time was running out. So he took his only options: a new procedure using stem cells. What we all take for granted became his gift: he could see again.
Acoustic levitation is pretty damn cool, and a useful scientific tool to boot. Researchers use the process to test various drugs and in which state — crystalline or soluble — they'd be most effective.
Medical technology is advancing rapidly thanks to computers, but it's taking a while for all that nifty computerized medicine to make its way inside our bodies. Humans aren't generally compatible with electronics, but that may change with the invention of...