Researchers are developing a skin patch that can test those droplets while people exercise and beam results to their smartphones, possibly offering a new way to track health and fitness.
Those still stumped on what to buy for their loved ones this holiday season, might consider, adopting and gifting a HeroRAT.
A mother can now experience, firsthand, what her fetus sees and hears in her own womb with the help of an Oculus Rift 2 headset.
The bucket that sparked a viral social-media campaign and helped raise more than $50 million to fight Lou Gehrig's disease now has a new home at the Smithsonian Institution.
A Swiss chocolatier is forgoing any research and declaring that his Frauenmond bars will help women with their monthly menstrual cramps, according to the U.K.'s Independent.
Computer keyboards might be filthier than toilet handles, but smartphones also have a germ story of their own to tell. That story might save a life or put a perpetrator in jail.
Be afraid. Be very afraid. At least if you believe in zombies. An infectious disease-tracking computer model at Argonne National Laboratory, usually used to track the likes of Ebola, the flu and MRSA, says Chicago would be overtaken by zombies in 60 days if the undead attacked.
Martin Shkreli promised last month to release Wu-Tang Clan's “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” if Donald Trump took the White House. He made good on promise the day after the election by playing snippets of the album during a live Periscope video posted on Twitter.
For Steven Juliano, it's not how you kill disease-carrying mosquitoes. It's when. “I don't do mosquito control,” said the distinguished professor of ecology at Illinois State University. “I provide the information on where they're vulnerable.”
A provision of Amendment 3 would have hurt Big Tobacco's smaller rivals by imposing an additional 67-cent-per-pack tax—on top of the 60-cent hike imposed on the major brands—on discount cigarette brands left out of a 1998 tobacco lawsuit settlement. In the settlement, the major tobacco...
The newest candidate to help defeat superbugs? Think Taz. As in Tasmanian devil. Researchers say milk from the endangered Down Under critters has antibiotic properties.
Most patients and physicians have no idea what drugs and medical products cost, except that they are too darn expensive. Dr. Adam Berkwitt of the Yale School of Medicine has come up with an entertaining way to change that.