A team of researchers has for the first time found a side effect of a common drug combination by looking at search queries.
Transporting large quantities information has always been a challenge, including when that information was astrological tables and your medium was vellum.
Is the way we talk about the human mind messing with our ability to think about it clearly?
Beyond bombs and the indulgence of scientific curiosity, there are plenty of practical uses for particle physics.
Online popularity reliably indicates quality care -- in this case.
Here's my biotech reading list. I'd love your help fleshing it out.
Where the evidence exists to support it, design has the potential to increase safety, promote healing, and even end up saving money.
After a month spent playing video games in addition to their usual training, 21 surgical residents performed laparoscopies with significantly improved accuracy and economy.
Even hands-free conversations are a safety hazard.
By dramatizing subtle changes, new software makes it possible to see motions that are normally imperceptible to us.
Remote health monitoring is promoted as a more cost-efficient and comfortable way of managing chronic conditions.
A new app is "trying to democratize healthcare" -- in this case, through urinalysis.
For people struggling to put food on the table and a roof over their heads, "voluntary" participation in clinical trials is a slippery slope.
Devices such as AEDs remain in a grandfathered status that allows them to bypass important regulation
The designers of a low-dead-space syringe hope that their innovation could hamper the disease's spread among the estimated 15.9 million people who inject drugs worldwide.
Could the solution to data storage turn out to be the carrying capacity of our own genetic material?
Mobile computing has changed the way we communicate, the way we work ... and the way we lounge.
Broadening online worlds could help maintain and improve cognitive abilities in old age.
Imagine the world before the microscope.
Jean Harlow died young, bedridden, and losing her hair.
A team of forensic experts are trying to stanch the flow of prescription drugs into the black market.