Many countries have instated laws that make it more difficult to smoke cigarettes, but New Zealand is taking things a step further. New legislation will go into place next year that is aimed to make the country smoke-free by 2025.
Switzerland has legalized a 3D-printed pod that will allow those who wish to die an assisted death to choose where...
Declining cognitive function is a serious concern facing aging populations.
Reading minds may seem like the stuff of science fiction, but cutting-edge technologies which interpret brain activity are real and getting better every year. This technology has a lot of potential to assist those living with paralysis who have lost the ability to speak aloud. In the spring of 2021, a team of Stanford scientists published news of a resounding success in Nature. In an impressive breakthrough, the team developed a brain-computer interface (BCI)
Portugal is the latest country to enact new labor laws that will facilitate a better work-life balance for its citizens.
Back in the day, kids played in the dirt and had a grand old time.
You might have heard of “brain foods” or “superfoods.” Talk of them is everywhere on the internet, particularly among social media influencers. While exaggerated and even harmful claims abound, respected doctors do know that some foods are good for the brain. In fact, these foods are ones you are probably familiar with and are easy to consciously incorporate into your diet.
Mozart is an 18th-century Austrian classical composer—perhaps even the most famous composer of all time.
It has often been said that 10,000 steps a day is good for your health.
The concerted efforts of the world's scientists produced multiple vaccines for COVID-19 in record speed. This unprecedented success was possible due in large part to advances in mRNA vaccine technology which had already been many years in the making. The two mRNA vaccines distributed in the United States—Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech—are incredibly effective at preventing the contraction, spread, and most serious cases of COVID-19. A recent study published in JAMA found that of 6.
Doctors need to be skilled diagnosticians; however, future technologies are bound to aid them in determining the diseases their patients...
In an increasingly work-focused culture, it can be pretty hard to disconnect and leave that stress at the office.