The latest news on medical technology
A Human-like torso mounted on four wheels could revolutionize dangerous jobs.
Digital innovations make it possible for consumers to use portable devices to access their medical information, monitor their vital signs and carry out a wide range of tasks.
Putting comfort of patients first yields surprising results.
As Hollister Lindley loses physical freedoms, she finds new ways to adapt and live life on her terms.
Researchers race against time to develop treatments and accurate ways to diagnose ALS.
3-D printers are increasingly being used in medical settings.
A Texas law barring veterinarians from offering online consultation draws First Amendment scrutiny.
Changes to medical and nursing training are driven by technology and the need for teamwork.
Obamacare's expense is being passed on to consumers when a medical device tax is scheduled to go into effect on January 1.