The final presidential debate brought the issue to a head.
Cancer cells take advantage of one of our immune system’s defense mechanism to spread through the body, but these nanoparticles might be able to stop them.
'Melody the Medical Assistant' was trained on medical textbooks and can guess your condition.
New startup uses video game technology to improve simulators for minimally invasive surgical techniques.
Dr. John Meara had a challenge in front of him. His patient, 4-month-old Bentley Yoder, needed to have part of his brain put back into his cranium.
The disorder is hard to diagnose and research because inducing a delusion isn't easy.
Andreas Vesalius wasn’t about to let cultural taboos stop him from cutting up dead people, no sir.
File this under our ever-growing obsession with using tech to hack our bodies.
If researchers develop a drug to improve how the brain functions, could it be useful for healthy people?
Lens lined with eye medications could replace pesky drop treatments.