An experiment combining two AIDS treatments shows impressive capabilities to reduce the viral load of HIV-infected cells.
Cattle suffering from tuberculosis will see a rapid decrease in the next year after a successful experiment in developing tuberculosis-resistant cattle in China.
The new genes can help doctors identify patients who are at-risk and target treatments. The genes have found to be linked to high blood pressure.
A recent study reveals that it is possible to grow an organ of one species inside the body of another species and use the organ for transplant to cure a disease.
The breath test developed by scientists hopes to help doctors diagnose stomach cancer earlier and without the need to perform endoscopy.
A part of the brain that is the last to shut down before death allegedly processes memory, making one's life flash before a person's eyes.
Experts suggest that going barefoot 30 minutes to an hour everyday has positive physical benefits.
Early signs of living in space are not particularly promising as twin brother astronauts at NASA shows insights on long-term zero-gravity and its effects on the human body.
Experts suggest that three-year-olds are way worse than the terrible twos.
A human and pig hybrid animal was created by scientists to be able to grow functional organs and tissues that can be used for transplants. With a growing need for organ donors, this medical breakthrough might be a solution to such crisis.
HPV infection continually increases among men but the vaccination rate remains low.
These particular baby monitors do not specify that their products treat or diagnose disease. Their only guarantee is to alert parents when there is activity with the child’s cardiorespiratory health.
This smart glasses could be the only glasses people suffering from eye disorders would ever need.
The miniature MRIs scans and produces images clearly compared to ultrasounds. The machine is small and takes very little space in the neonatal unit making it easy for babies to be transferred for testing.
The 3D bioprinter is the first of its kind that can replicate real human skin. Researchers aims to use the tissues for transplants, cosmetic and pharmaceutical testings.