The device, called WiGait, can monitor and track a person's walking speed and movement without the need for a wearable.
Similar to a gastric bypass procedure, the new 'accordion procedure' works to decrease the size of the stomach but without the cuts and scars that come with invasive surgery.
The new head-scanning device can detect brain bleeding with 97 percent accuracy.
For the first time in eight years, a paralyzed man in Cleveland, Ohio fed himself dinner with the help of an innovative brain implant.
Scientists have changed the genetic makeup of flowers by using DNA splicing technology, which reveals the vast potential of CRISPR.
New technology from a Scandinavian diaper company allows fathers to connect with their unborn children in a brand new way.
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...
Researchers have figured out a way to make artificial blood, and all it takes is mixing up water and small bag of powder.
A new scalp-cooling system may stop hair loss for women undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer.
The research could one day lead to the growth of human organs inside animals for transplant use.
The nanoengineered eye, which combines a “metalens” with artificial muscle technology, bests its human counterpart in some instances.
After studying her own body's chronic pain, Ashley Black was inspired to invent a massage tool that targets the tight fascia areas of the body and also works to diminish cellulite.
The researchers hope to determine whether the engineered ovaries are successful for women.
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.
Julian Rios Cantu, an 18-year-old teen from Mexico, was determined to create the cancer-detecting bra, called "Eva," after witnessing his own mother's struggle with breast cancer.
New research that studied the effect of flushing blocked fallopian tubes with poppy seed oil was promising for women dealing with infertility due to this issue.
Just like how fertilizer may have been the main factor in preventing a worldwide food crisis in the 20th century, now a ‘bionic’ leaf holds the same potential for our global future.
Hair is used to make wigs and old clothes are donated, so what can be done with fat taken out of people's bodies?
Diagnosing a rare disease in children called DiGeorge syndrome may be as simple as taking a photo with new facial recognition software.
A new treatment for early-stage prostate cancer uses light-sensitive drugs and laser therapy to obliterate cancer cells.
The patch works by releasing peanut proteins into the skin, a process that helps to build cellular tolerance to the peanuts.
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.
Painful biopsies, in which suspicious skin is lopped off and sent to a laboratory to detect skin cancer, may soon be a thing of the past.
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...
Komodo dragons possess antimicrobial saliva and blood, a discovery that could have broader implications for fighting infections in humans.
The BionicGym is a wearable device that lets you 'shiver' away those extra pounds.
The breakthrough puts the researchers on pace to make a tremendous impact on patients with genetic disease.
A new type of sunscreen works with a person's DNA to better protect the skin.
The "Emma Watch" allowed a young woman with Parkinson's to write legibly for the first time in years.
With this study, researchers hope to help restore fertility and hormone production in women who have undergone ovarian cancer treatments.
Could this technology be the key to easier dieting?
By tapping into the body’s cellular functioning, the nanoparticle method can act in a way that doesn’t promote a defensive response from fast-growing cancer cells.
Analyzing biomarker signatures in the blood offers insight into a person’s risk for developing age-determined diseases and even death.
Less than five percent of elephants get cancer in their lifetime, and an abundance of a cancer-fighting protein in their genetic makeup is likely the reason why.
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.
Scientists from the UK hope the test will not only help to detect autism spectrum disorder sooner, but also to reveal new causes.
The study used mice to demonstrate how stimulating the cerebellum, a part of the brain that has been suggested as an area of interest in previous studies concerning autism, was able to amend social deficiencies for the animals.
Researchers are working on new technology, which allows a robotic arm to be controlled by the mind through something called electroencephalography.
For parents who want to know more about what their unborn child does in the womb, a new technology could help that desire become a reality.
Students in Australia might be giving Martin Shkreli, the pharmaceutical executive once dubbed “the most hated man in America,” a run for his money.
Liftware Level is a specially designed utensil to help people with hand tremors and other mobility conditions.
Blocking a person’s sweet taste receptors allows the natural infection-fighting ability of bitter taste receptors to flourish.
The gear-driven design utilizes 100 percent of the arm effort, making it much easier to go up slopes and across longer, more challenging distances.
At Scripps Research Institute, scientists are making some remarkable discoveries in their research into how disease infects our bodies.
A wireless chip implanted in the brain communicates with the spinal cord below the injury.
The research may be especially important for those who experience traumatic events and have the memories to remember them by.
Physically active women who took a monthly supplement containing essential minerals sliced nearly a minute off a three-mile run – and gained other aerobic...
Scientists have developed a spray loaded with the good bacteria that people with eczema are missing.
The ready abundance of the peppertree plant means that, should the treatment prove effective in human trials, the medical community would face no shortage of the disease-fighting berries.
By measuring a person’s electrical activity in the brain, the brain-computer interface allowed patients to communicate in response to simple questions.