John Hopkins-based scientists are working on a lab grown mini-replica of human brain in an attempt to understand brain diseases better and replace animal drug testing.
Blood-testing unicorn company Theranos is currently in hot water as US health inspectors discovered a number of undisclosed deficiencies in its Newark-based blood-testing facility.
A new study is reporting that Americans who undergo myocardial perfusion imaging tend to be exposed to more radiation when compared to patients from other countries.
Scientists have created mutant mosquitos that could potentially eradicate malaria.
The CDC reported that up to 75 staffers might have been exposed to anthrax.
The NIH announced that in order to receive grants, studies will need to include an equal number of male and female subjects.
NASA scientists have reportedly recreated dust grains that are formed in the outer layers of dying stars. The creation of such an environment will enable scientists to gain a deep insight into the evolution and composition of the universe.
In present scenario, when we fall sick, our physician may take blood then send it to the lab and wait until the results. However, in near future, doctors might be able to carry out such tests right on the spot on a piece of plastic about the size of credit card.
According to a team of international scientists, a lab-grown skin model could potentially replace animal testing.
A new study reported that all four patients are doing well after receiving laboratory-grown vaginas.
UK scientists have been creating body parts, such as noses, ears and blood vessels from stem cells.
On Earth dust storm might be just a kind of nuisance but on Mars it creates deadly havoc sometimes completely destroying the sensitive equipments sent by our scientists. Therefore researchers have created a chamber that stimulates the Martian surface enabling scientists to pre-check their equipments in that scenario before sending them to the planet.
Researchers from Texas used lungs from two children to grow new human lungs in a laboratory setting.
A new federal law will give patients direct access to their lab reports.
The Moscow Anti-Doping Center has been suspended until they improve on their current testing methods.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.