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An IBM quantum computer is being installed at the Cleveland Clinic as part of the organizations' Discovery Accelerator collaboration.
Researchers developed a skin swab test for Parkinson’s after studying a woman’s strange ability to smell the disease.
There’s a lot about newborn breathing doctors don’t know, but a new imaging technique that can record a baby’s first breaths is pulling back the curtain.
For the first time, TransMedics’ “heart in a box” machine has been used to help children in need of heart transplants, with great success.
External radiation can damage bones and cause side effects. Radioactive bone cement directly into the spine may be a better option.
Researchers at UCSD have developed a wearable health monitor that can measure both cardiovascular and biochemical signals at once.
The European Commission has approved the sale of Carmat’s total artificial heart, which is designed for patients with end-stage heart failure.
The EvoWalk wearable uses electrical stimulation, sensors, and AI to combat foot drop, a condition commonly linked to MS and strokes.
An in-development smart vaccine device uses a microneedle patch to both deliver a vaccine and measure the immune response it generates.