When it comes to getting emergency health services to cardiac patients, the fastest route may be as the drone flies. Recent studies in Canada and Sweden have shown some promising data with simulations of delivering care from the sky.
A team of researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston have created a topically applied drug that stimulates the production of melanin, which darkens the skin.
Delays in care because of road closures may explain the higher mortality rate among patients who were admitted to the hospital on the same day that a major marathon was held in the area.
A team of researchers has successefully cultured human heart cells onto spinach leaves that were first stripped of plant cells.
A team of scientists led by professor Mats Olsson at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden has discovered that the human brain is better at recognizing and avoiding disease in others than previously thought.
A yearlong study at the University of Chicago Medicine's new Center for Care and Discovery tracked the facility's microbiome as it developed, aiming to determine which environmental factors affect microbial communities.
Ladybug wings emerge from underneath a shell to propel the bug into flight and potentially into applications all over science.
A new website converts public data from health inspection records into a letter grade system that users can find on a searchable map.
Nearly 1 billion people worldwide may have deficient or insufficient levels of vitamin D due to chronic disease and inadequate sun exposure related to sunscreen use.
A team of chemists at the University of Alberta can determine about how much pee is in a pool by measuring the artificial sweeteners found in most people's urine.
"Just Us at the National Gallery of Art" is a biweekly guided tour that leads people with memory loss and their caregivers through an intensive meditation on a few paintings in the gallery in Washington, D.C.
The Unforgettables is a choral group for people with dementia and their caregivers started by Mary Mittelman, director of NYU Langone Medical Center's Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias Family Support Program.