Articles tagged "health"
In case you need a reminder, this isn't how you want to die.
What can zombie films teach us about real life epidemics?
Custom-designed implants and surgical guides will help reconstruct the features of a motorbike crash victim.
It's either that or cow tendons.
New modeling processes are getting closer to tracking transmission sequences.
This World Toilet Day, be thankful you have a place to poop.
Some useful tips for responsible chapsticking.
Canopy wants to be "an interpreter in your pocket" for doctors and nurses.
It's no substitute for making carbon emission reductions worldwide, but it might allow for the transition to a low-carbon, less resource-intensive economy.
One-third of the herbal supplements sold nationwide in the $5 billion industry are actually junk filler that may actually be harmful to some consumers.
Could an anti-gambling drug be the way to save the world's worst gamblers?
Today, the leading cause of soldiers' hospital stays isn't physical injuries, but mental conditions.
Digital copyright protection is so ineffective, the government has managed to break its own law.
Videogames can improve how the mind functions based on real-time brainwave feedback.
It’s now easier than ever to warn people that a catastrophic event is coming.
More worrisome: the amount of “Stuf” in a DoubleStuf Oreo is estimated to exceed the amount in a regular Oreo only by a factor of 1.86.
The nucleus of the vape community is ex-smokers eager to spread the good word, or ”ANTZ” as the jargon goes—Anti-Nicotine and Tobacco Zealots. Others are just plain seduced by the technology.
If you haven't heard from grandma in a while, maybe it's time to check her dog's stats.
Scientists have modeled brain injuries in fruit flies, opening the door for new genetic tests.
Live near an airport? All that noise is doing in your heart, never mind your sanity.
Can gaming really change your brain?
Even infants come into the world tainted with 200-plus industrial chemicals and pollutants.