Custom-designed implants and surgical guides will help reconstruct the features of a motorbike crash victim.
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Their claims can contribute to public anxiety about an outbreak, which can in turn affect how government acts.
If you have to have one, that is.
Could an anti-gambling drug be the way to save the world's worst gamblers?
Researcher calls it a 'baby step' towards a cure.
It’s now easier than ever to warn people that a catastrophic event is coming.
In the not-so-distant future, prostheses may offer the sensation of touch.
Live near an airport? All that noise is doing in your heart, never mind your sanity.
Can gaming really change your brain?
Surgeons easily predicted which of their peers had the most complications based on video of one surgery.
As advanced as prosthetics now are, they still can't beat the real thing.
The infection can eat away at its victim’s insides, occasionally leading to death.
While population of those living with HIV/AIDS continues to grow, the decreased rate of growth is heartening.
Tech titans search for the Fountain of Youth.
"We had no idea there could be so many different compounds going into our toilets," said head researcher.
We still don't fully understand the risks of robotic surgery.
New nanoscale sensing promises cancer treatments without the gambling.
You can't regulate away STDs, including AIDS.
The key to solving the heart disease epidemic may not be finding an alternative heart, but repairing the original.
An "antibody cocktail" successfully treated half of apes infected with the disease.