John Rogers, a revolutionary materials scientist, is pushing the boundaries of the medical world
Do following rituals before a meal make the food taste better? What about the ambience of the room in which you're eating it?
The Foodini may allow people to painlessly prepare healthier meals instead of reaching for that factory-processed stuff sitting in the freezer
Experts have long known that trans fat isn't good for us, but research has turned up surprises—chocolate and chili peppers can help us lose fat
Simply by looking at geotagged tweets, an algorithm can track the spread of flu and predict which users are going to get sick
They're now able to detect the clumps of toxic proteins that destroy the brain. One day they may be able to get rid of them
The interface is the first that can control multiple limbs—a technology that marks another step toward full mobility for paralyzed people
A true blood substitute can be a major breakthrough that can save lives. Testing out a batch, however, can be a problem
A new birth control method gave women unprecedented power and revolutionized daily life
Scientists are taking all kinds of approaches to try to stop the ominous threat from bacteria antibiotics can no longer kill
A watch that predicts when its wearer will expire is proving popular with the masses. But why?
With a big boost from supercomputers, hospitals are shifting more of their focus to identifying people who need their help staying healthy
A startup has developed a custom-fit tool that can brush the entire surface of your teeth all at once
The same genes that dictate whether or not you can accept an organ transplant may guide your choice in a romantic partner
With polio on the verge of eradication, a career immunologist explains the medical marvel of vaccination and the pioneers who made it possible
Researchers are analyzing chemicals naturally present on human skin that disrupt mosquitoes' ability to smell us
From “i-limbs” to artificial organs, advances in technology have led to an explosion of innovation in the increasingly critical field of prosthetics
Will 100 become the new 60? And do we really want that to happen?
Researchers pinpointed the molecule responsible for the searing pain of a burn, and may have found a new way of eliminating it entirely
Page 35 of 36