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Nearly 1.5 million people die from tuberculosis every year, even though most cases can be cured with routine antibiotic treatments. One country’s fight to get the ancient scourge under control has an unlikely hero: a simple diagnostic test.
IBM researchers have developed a new polymer-like material to treat fungal infections.
Researchers are using smart helmets and imaging to study brain injury risk in young football players over a season.
A mixture of three cell types self-assembles into a liver bud that can be seen with the naked eye.
A Boston startup wants to bring smart analytics to critical care in order to help doctors spot and treat at-risk patients.
Brain scans, blood samples, and other diagnostic tests could one day direct doctors to the best treatments for depression patients and uncover the biological basis of the condition.
A Kansas City hospital is pioneering genomic testing to solve life-threatening mysteries involving infants and kids with developmental disorders.
Broadband communication and custom signal-processing chips power a new brain-recording device that may one day help paralyzed people.
A new study suggests that some of the hearing loss caused by noise exposure can be reversed with drugs.
Medtronic’s device can sense changes in brain activity related to disease.