Three toddlers’ foster mothers brought the children to the emergency department. Dr. Tara Neubrand, who specializes in pediatric emergency medicine, says their trauma was obvious.
Haptics are already at your fingertips — they’re the cutting edge of virtual reality and robotics technology.
Many immigrants' previous professions can slip away because of red tape, economics and hefty requirements. "Welcome Back" centers are trying to help with the hurdles.
We can now order personal blood tests online — and take them anytime we want. Is that a good thing?
Why do scientists want to recreate viral monsters like the 1918 Spanish flu? And if they do, should they be allowed to publish the instructions?
What can you do to make sure you develop resistance to antibiotics as slowly as possible? Wash your hands.
Robots do a lot of things for us — build cars, make computer chips and more. But should we give them life and death power, and allow them to perform surgery?
We trust computers to know more than we do. But what happens when it's wrong — and it has serious consequences for someone's health. It's more common than you think.
Advances in 3-D printers are opening up whole new worlds of possibilities for doctors and surgeons — and could have a huge impact on organ transplants.
Researchers in Brazil are still trying to see if there is a definitive connection between Zika and Microcephaly. There's new evidence that is pointing them in that direction.
A bacterium called Helicobacter pylori has been part of the human gut dating back thousands of years — perhaps hundreds of thousands.