A group of researchers affiliated with Kaunas University of Technology in Lithuania created an algorithm capable of predicting early development of Alzheimer’s disease with an accuracy of more than 99%, helping medical communities better treat their patients.
A growing number of doctors, and particularly pediatricians, all across the United States are now prescribing outdoor time and activities to their patients to curb physical and mental health issues caused by the corona pandemic.
A team of scientists affiliated with the University of California in San Diego, United States, have discovered and isolated a marine bacteria that can potentially cure a variety of cancers, including an aggressive brain one.
An Hong Kong-based robotics firm has created a humanoid robot designed to assist medical professionals, and in times of pandemic, its invention could revolutionize the way patients are treated.
Scientists affiliated with Université Laval located in Quebec City, Canada, are championing plant-based and edible vaccines, a worthwhile and safe alternative to their traditional chemical-based counterparts.
A startup based in San Francisco, United States, has developed a non-invasive mind-controlling artificial arm, giving back its users a sense of autonomy… and even of touch.
A team of researchers based in Australia have discovered that a molecule found in the venom of a deadly spider could offer a life-saving treatment to victims of heart attacks, even benefiting organ transplants.
Scientists based in Paris, France, have been able to create synthetic brain cells that make "memories" using ions and water, a historic achievement that paves the way for a future in which computers could work more like the human brain.
Louisiana, Maine and Vermont have recently joined other U.S. states in waving goodbye to tampon tax, as the country fights to unload financial stress on women by making menstrual products tax-free.
Swimming may just be the best physical activity to boost memory, according to recent studies in the United States, and has shown to improve cognitive performance and reduce the risks of dementia.