Considering that blue eyes feature quite significantly in pop culture, it is surprising that only 17% of the world’s population actually have them.
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The gecko’s remarkable ability to regenerate its tail in the space of a month could help scientists figure out how to heal spine injuries in humans, and it’s all down to the regenerative ability of stem cells.
Iridium—the world’s second densest metal—can kill cancer cells by filling them with a deadly version of oxygen, while leaving healthy tissue unharmed.
Seniors may soon be able to live disease-free for their entire lives.
It sounds more like science fiction than real world science, but researchers at Stanford University announced the first results of a novel study in which they infused blood from young donors into a small number of people with mild to moderate forms of Alzheimer’s disease in the hopes of improving the disease’s symptoms.
This handheld 3D body scanning device could replace the MRI — using the motion-sensing technology from a Nintendo Wii
Why can’t handheld ultrasound devices come with the same motion-sensing technology inside a video game controller?
It’s elastic enough to keep a wound sealed on an inflated lung.
The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the second in a radically new class of treatments that genetically reboot a patient’s own immune cells to kill cancer.
It clings to your intestinal wall to track abnormalities and help diagnose disorders.
Hollywood has made movies about it. Industries have made billions from it. And if the volume of scripture is any indication, the Almighty God must have placed great value on his creation of the head of human hair. After all, He gave Samson—the strongest man of whom the Bible tells—his immense strength through his hair […]