Researchers may have discovered a powerful new way to invigorate aging skin.
The beer can neutralize toxins and viruses and even help to keep the immune system in check.
Read about the science behind these innovative sleep aid spectacles.
The helpful and cost-effective app was designed with the goal of empowering and informing women who are scheduled to undergo a C-section.
A team of international researchers explored the possibility of gene therapy in dogs to reverse and ultimately cure Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Good news for pizza lovers — this new nanotech fabric is oil and grease-resistant.
After developing a variety of supplements that help to better your body from the inside out, Dr. Amy Lee and the Nucific brand are combining two ideas that are usually an oxymoron: slimming and chocolate.
The man who helped to invent the lithium-ion battery has now introduced a more efficient, fast-charging glass battery that could soon make its way to market.
A device called Active Pelvis Orthosis, or APO, can prevent elderly persons from falling, even when put through hazardous conditions on a treadmill.
A team of biological engineers at Harvard have developed small-scale models of actual human organs in an effort to gauge their reaction to medication and provide a window into how these organs function.
The vaccine testing program is currently underway in pre-clinical trials, and the researchers plan to move forward with efficacy tests among human subjects once they conclude.
Physically active women who took a monthly supplement containing essential minerals sliced nearly a minute off a three-mile run – and gained other aerobic...
The new vaccine, currently under the consideration of Australia’s national health center, would prevent the infection of five additional strains of HPV.
A man dubbed as such for his tree-like hands finally finds relief from this extremely rare condition, thanks to the kindness of doctors in Bangladesh.
Squirrels may be a surprising source of potential life-saving stroke therapy.
British scientists have developed an HIV test on a USB stick, which quickly and accurately measures the levels of the virus in a person’s blood.
The device, called WiGait, can monitor and track a person's walking speed and movement without the need for a wearable.
For college students who routinely go on binge drinking sprees, a new computerized interface may help curb the dangerous behavior. Researchers from Brown University School...
This research could literally shed light on how cancer moves in the body.
The smart bandages would report their analysis through a regular broadband network and are designed to monitor an array of physical attributes.
The researchers tested several different doses of a powerful anti-inflammatory drug on a group of about 10,000 study participants, with the doses ranging from low to medium to high.
Successful tests on rodents showing the possibility of implanting memories are paving the way for the first memory implants for humans, which could help people overcome memory-deficit disorders.
People who received the transcranial current on a specific region of the brain were less likely to cheat than people who didn’t receive the brain stimulation.
The magnetic lash trend is blowing up, which means poor quality knockoffs are abound.
Read about the mental disorders that have arisen specifically from technology and Internet usage.
With a cellular structure similar to that of natural cartilage, the bioengineered material features exceptional durability for lab-grown tissue.
This technology will provide much needed insight and data during a woman's pregnancy.
The answer to tracking your health could be in your sweat. Scientists have created a skin patch that is capable of collecting and analyzing sweat.
Since antiretroviral medications used to treat HIV increase one's risk of heart disease, a clinical trial seeks both male and female participants to test whether a heart disease pill will help.
Students in Australia might be giving Martin Shkreli, the pharmaceutical executive once dubbed “the most hated man in America,” a run for his money.
The "Emma Watch" allowed a young woman with Parkinson's to write legibly for the first time in years.
The new study adds a wrinkle to the current understanding of genetics and may hold the answer to the cause and incidence of some brain disorders.
The discovery is a major breakthrough in understanding the biology of OCD.
A new chocolate supplement pill can help reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke and dementia.
Anyone who has ever worn high heels knows that tingly ball-of-foot pain that happens after a few hours. That pain can ruin your night...
Scientists are utilizing gene-editing technology to create pills that could destroy bacteria within the body.
French researchers have cured a 15-year-old boy of sickle cell disease by interfering with the production of faulty hemoglobin.
Take a closer look at these four beauty pillows, specifically designed to maintain the youthful, healthy-looking appearance of facial and neck skin.
Dina Kimmel is the dedicated mother behind the We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym, a place that gives children with autism a fun and safe place to learn and explore.
This new treatment adds lasers to the mix, using a combination of laser and ultrasound technology to determine the presence or absence of cancer cells in the breast tissue.
Although ketamine use isn't completely understood, a new study suggests it may prove helpful for treating older patients who struggle with depression.
To truly protect yourself, it’s time to give your cleaning ritual an overall tech upgrade.
A new scalp-cooling system may stop hair loss for women undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer.
A doctor at the London Independent Hospital recorded a routine hernia repair surgery with a pair of Snapchat Spectacles.
3D printing technology for medical purposes is still in its infancy, but its utilization for blood vessels looks promising.
A new test hopes to sniff out early signs of Alzheimer’s — literally.
With bio-sensing contact lenses that can assess blood glucose levels, the researchers hope to improve health outcomes by replacing older, painful methods of diabetes monitoring.
Vaccines built around a person’s own DNA have proven effective at beating back cancer, two studies show. While the studies are small and the results,...
The research may be especially important for those who experience traumatic events and have the memories to remember them by.
Solanezumab is the name of the antibody researchers are using with hopes to interrupt or even reverse the formulation of beta amyloid plaque within the brain.