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Welcome to the Exponential Age, by Dr Bob Goldman
Researchers have developed a device that can diagnose 17 diseases from a single breath.
Experimental Ebola Vaccine 100% Effective, Study Finds
Reishi Mushroom by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Flak Jacket for Soldiers Delivers Instant First Aid
Scientists Find Million-Year-Old Superbug In New Mexican Cave
Psychiatrists Must Face Possibility That Medications Hurt More Than They Help
One Weight-Loss Approach Fits All? No, Not Even Close. The 59 Types of Obesity from 25 Genes and Counting, by the New York Times
Little evidence of health benefits from organic foods, Stanford study finds - Stanford University School of Medicine
Tracking Down One of Cancer's Deadliest Culprits, the Ras Family of Genes
Zika in fetal brain tissue responds to a popular antibiotic
Rethinking the Placebo Effect: How Our Minds Actually Affect Our Bodies | Brain Pickings
Gut microbes linked to movement disorders in mice predisposed to Parkinson's disease
The Life-Changing Magic of Mushrooms
Arthritis and diseases of the digestive system are more common after depression, and anxiety disorders tend to be followed by skin diseases.
Chemist AI will invent new drugs using machine learning.
CRISPR gene editing has been tested in a human for the first time.
Blood from human teens rejuvenates the body and brains of old mice.
Brain implant device enables paralyzed monkeys with spinal cord injuries to walk again.
Machine learning is 85 percent accurate in identifying a person who is suicidal, has a mental illness but is not suicidal, or neither.
Playing House: How IBM's Watson is helping doctors diagnose the most rare and elusive illnesses...
Alzheimer’s Drug Verubecestat Clears Milestone in Human Clinical Trial
A key protein for spinal cord repair is found in zebrafish.
Aging is just another disease. No longer considered an inevitability, growing older should be and is being treated like a chronic condition.
Medicine Will Advance More in the Next 10 Years Than It Did in the Last 100
IBM Watson Health tries to do what no pharma company has done: Solve the drug-safety puzzle.
New compound molecule S63845b could help kill up to a quarter of all cancer types.
One Oxitec factory can produce 60 million mosquitoes per week that are genetically engineered to destroy other mosquitoes.
Vaccine with a cocktail of 50 types of cold viruses gives cold immunity in monkeys and cold vaccine human trials are next.
Surgeons use nose cells to repair knee joints.
Migraine headaches could be caused by gut bacteria reaction to nitrates such as those found in red wine, chocolate, and bacon.
CRISPR Gene Editing Has Been Used to Cure Mice of Sickle Cell Disease
Tasmanian Devil's milk could be the killer ingredient in war on superbugs.
Stem cells from one monkey successfully regenerates the damaged heart of another monkey with no sign of immune system rejection.
Lung Cancer Treatment Breakthrough: Experimental Therapy 40% Better Than Chemotherapy At Preventing Death
Evidence suggests women's ovaries can grow new eggs
The maximum lifespan of humans is fixed and subject to natural constraints. With rare exceptions no one has lived beyond 115 years.
What happens to your body one hour after you drink diet soda?
Giant Pandas defeat superbugs! #pandablood
Babylon Health App AI scored 92% accuracy for “check a symptom” compared to the doctor’s 82% and the nurse’s 77%.
More Than 9 in 10 People Breathe Bad Air, W.H.O. Study Says
Kidney Stones: Roller Coaster Rides Could Be A Treatment For Painful Condition
Microsoft will solve cancer within 10 years by reprogramming diseased cells.
Should We Eradicate Malaria, One of Our Deadliest Diseases? by Kurzgesagt
F.D.A. Approves Muscular Dystrophy Drug That Patients Lobbied For
My therapist gave me a pill: Can MDMA help cure trauma?
Revolutionary drug aducanumab may stop Alzheimer's disease from developing.
New drug 'wakes up' immune system to fight one of deadliest cancers.
States that permit medical marijuana have an average of 25% fewer opioid overdose deaths each year than states where cannabis is illegal.
Understanding the unhappy side of serotonin: There is a brain circuit that seems to be related to serotonin-driven anxiety.
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