You want one. Now you may be able to survive one.
In one Indian farming district, many women are paying for expensive and medically unnecessary hysterectomies in order to be more productive at work.
We're putting the "care" back into "healthcare."
100 percent fruit juice is still 100 percent sugar.
New technology could predict cancer up to 5 years in advance.
Some experts may worry that AI will depersonalize health care, but others see its potential to deepen relationships.
Normally, life expectancy increases every year. For Americans, the opioid epidemic is changing that.
Giving A.I. a role in health care can help both doctors and patients.
Anxiety does not help other medical conditions, adding trouble on top of trouble.
Antibiotics are often the fastest and simplest way for doctors to help their patients. But with the threat of drug-resistant bacteria, how do we stop prescribing antibiotics?
What can 3D printing do for medicine? The "sky is the limit," says Northwell Health researcher Dr. Todd Goldstein.
A new study highlights a fascinating application of AI, though other uses are more troubling.
Two new studies might have identified whether or not patients will respond to chemotherapy.
Upstreamism advocate Rishi Manchanda calls us to understand health not as a "personal responsibility" but a "common good."
The health care payment system is due for a major overhaul.
Michael Dowling, Northwell Health's CEO, believes we're entering the age of smart medicine.
Big tech is making its opening moves into the health care scene, but its focus on tech-savvy millennials may miss the mark.
The Human Diagnosis Project project is building the world's "open medical intelligence" system.
The issues that determine your health go way beyond seeing your doctor.
100 years ago, you could expect to live to 54. Our luxurious, 80-year-long lives come at a cost.
Access to trauma care is a race issue. It shouldn't be.
More vaccine-autism facts for the fact-averse.
The future of health care is high tech. That's good news — mostly.
Companies refer to like-minded strangers when recommending products to you.
Diabetics have to endure constant injections on a daily basis, but this new device could make staying alive easier.