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A headset ultrasound monitor could make it easier to detect the dangerous aftereffects of brain injuries.
A microfluidic chip could measure effectiveness of patient treatments in resource-poor countries.
Stanford researchers think the wireless mouth guards will be better than specialized helmets at measuring head injuries.
Researchers use brain imaging to detect patterns of brain activity associated with pain—a potential boon for doctors and drug developers.
Researchers are able to predict individuals’ ages from DNA modifications in their saliva.
An upcoming clinical trial will attempt to solve problems that have plagued one potentially promising treatment.
Reprogrammed stem cells from schizophrenia patients could help researchers study the disease more closely, and test drugs to fight it.
New agents could help the body repair chronic wounds, and make the normal healing process work more quickly.
The ability to measure single cells firing in epileptic patients could shed light on how seizures spread.
So far, levels outside of the plant pose little risk to human health.