Though we're just in the preliminary stages of understanding it, it's a fascinating thing to consider.
Articles tagged "medicine"
Not needing pills is strong, sure. Taking them is sometimes even scarier, so let’s applaud that too.
Intravenous oxygen injections can keep you alive if you've stopped breathing.
Just breathing is killing you.
While they're not robots, the UCSD team has developed so-called "nanosponges," which are capable of flowing about a mouse's bloodstream and absorbing lethal toxins.
Clusterheads have headaches said to hurt worse than childbirth.
Storing your extracted teeth may prove useful for future stem cell therapy—good news if you didn't store your umbilical cord blood.
The latest count shows that nearly one in five American boys has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder. Seems excessive, doesn't it?
In the future, heart attacks won't attack. They'll just intimidate.
Who wants to replace their wimpy old bones with a kick-ass, 3D-printed polymer?
Researchers at Yale found a genetic means to teach an old mouse new tricks.
It's actually a good thing.
Ever try to grandma to pick up the old joystick? (Not that joystick sicko.)
A second person was cured of HIV. Now what?
Watson started medical school, so to speak, last fall when it started tackling different conditions with evidence-based medicine.
Are we ushering in a new era of antibiotic resistance?
Egyptian surgeons who have for years trained their hands on sedated goats are getting more human-like replacements, compliments of PETA.
Where roads end, delivering medical assistance gets a whole lot harder.
For the peole who have lived in silence their entire lives, the ability to hear even a stray sound here or there would be a breakthrough.
If you're in the market for getting pregnant, it turns out there are few better times for medical tourism than after your dictator of thirty years is removed through a violent uprising.
America's mental health crisis isn't going to solve itself.
DARPA wants to get soldiers off the pot and back on the ground.
Now you can have virtual surgery before you inject toxins into your head.