Northwell Health has installed a French-born, Michelin-honored chef to oversee all its kitchens and improve food quality.
Google researchers announced that their new artificial intelligence algorithm can predict heart disease by scanning the patient's eye.
New York Times science writer James Gorman searched a biomedical journal database, and found more than twice as many results for dog studies, with cats scoring 139,858 results.
With a bit of help from CT scans at a UC San Diego Health hospital and 3-D printing, an injured sea turtle is thriving again.
A Seattle TV station bought $1 million worth of medical debt that belonged to people in its viewing area, and the station doesn't intend to collect.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center radiologists can now say they've made a contribution to art history. The team used a CT scanner and 3-D printers to view and recreate what's inside of sealed molds of 19th century artist Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
The viral Facebook post, now shared more than 578,000 times, shows a petri dish swarming with fungi and bacteria collected in an enclosed hand dryer in a women's bathroom.
Mike Daube taught his Staffordshire terrier, Ollie, an impressive trick—he taught her to sit … on the editorial boards of medical journals.
A forthcoming paper in the American Journal of Medicine settles on complications from tuberculosis as Frederic Chopin's cause of death.
There's a lot of partying in one patient's room at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Ill. And it's all about the hokeypokey.
Researchers at Imperial College London have shown that a toxin from the Peruvian green velvet tarantula was able to alleviate pain.
A team of Cantabrigian researchers trained eight female Welsh mountain sheep to recognize the faces of four famous people to determine how sheep measure up to monkeys and humans in the task.