What if your medication could help you track when you’ve taken it? That’s the idea behind new “digital pills."
Researchers working on the next big scientific breakthrough often want to get others excited about their findings, but might struggle to communicate them outside of the lab.
Design driven by empathy allows “touchpoints between technology and people." This approach helps build a patient’s trust in a particular device or mobile app.
You’re probably aware of your internal clock. But, according to the Nobel Prize-winning research, it might be more accurate to refer to clocks instead.
CRISPR, a technique that allows for the direct modification of nuclear DNA, has been making waves this year.
More than 1 million Americans have faced the same frustrating medical problem: they have persistent flu-like symptoms, chronic inflammation, and are constantly exhausted.
In a recent study at the University of Liverpool, smokers underwent a CT scan and—regardless of what the scan showed—were more likely to quit than a control group.
Gourd sculpture by Gary Kvalheim