Research carried out in part by an artificially-intelligent (AI) ‘robot scientist’ has found that a common ingredient of toothpaste could be developed to fight drug-resistant strains of malaria. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports. Continue reading
Speech scientists are developing a system that can monitor fatigue levels by looking for signs of tiredness in the voice, with plans for its initial use by heavy construction vehicle drivers. Matthew Stock reports. Continue reading
Last year a woman reportedly conceived while pregnant in a extremely case of superfetation. Continue reading
Researchers may have finally found a way to eliminate the HIV reservoirs that often remain hidden in the body. Continue reading
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a drug delivery method that packs multiple doses in a single injection, and could soon make multi-shot vaccines a thing of the past. Continue reading
New research by the Harvard Medical School has found a possible link between exposure to nighttime light and breast cancer in younger women who smoke. Continue reading
HONG KONG, CHINA (MAY 7, 2017) (REUTERS – Almost one hundred breastfeeding mothers descended on a Hong Kong sizable shopping mall, feeding their babies together to protest discrimination against breastfeeding in public on Sunday (May 7).
A “NaNose” device which can diagnose 17 diseases, including cancer and Parkinson’s, based on ‘smelling’ a patient’s breath paves the way for quick, non invasive and affordable early detection according to its Israeli developers. Stuart McDill reports. Continue reading
New U.S. guidelines advise parents to feed their babies peanut products – though never whole peanuts – to help lower the risk of developing potentially life-threatening allergies. Matthew Stock reports. Continue reading
Cells that undergo a near-death experience but refuse to die could be responsible for helping cancer spread in the body.