Implanted devices record the brain waves associated with speech and then use computer algorithms to translate the intended messages
Thousands of new tools with unproven results are entering the fold to help Americans in need
Spending time outdoors can reduce symptoms of depression and PTSD—growing concerns among service members
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The simple and inexpensive sensor detects the antihistamine in "Benadryl cocktails"
Using new medical imaging techniques, researchers are working to identify early signs of developmental disorders and mental illness
Scientists are finding tumor signals in spit that could be key to developing diagnostic tests for various types of cancer
Since dieting began in the 1830s, the ever-changing nutritional advice has skimped on science
Hundreds of these cannabis-related chemicals, both natural and synthetic, now exist, and researchers want to know how they can hurt and help us
Dotplot gives users real-time feedback and builds a personalized map of their chests
Flying cars, live-translation eyeglasses, self-driving strollers and more were unveiled at the annual trade show in Las Vegas
Public health experts weigh in on the steps America needs to take to stem a future outbreak
Researchers are investigating medicines that selectively kill decrepit cells to promote healthy aging
New results show performers’ breath control can prevent disease from spreading
It’s an agricultural moonshot, but scientists hope to make plants like corn, wheat and barley as heat and drought resistant as cactus
The algorithm scans electronic records and may reduce sepsis deaths, but widespread adoption could be a challenge
Some wavelengths of light in a range called far-UVC kill microbes in experiments and appear to be harmless to people
Drinking habits are changing, and vintners are exceeding tasters' expectations with new options stripped of their alcohol
The FDA and CDC recently recommended new boosters to target the Omicron subvariants. Here’s what you need to know about them.
After decades of merely assisting doctors, are sophisticated machines ready to take charge?