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Stark contrast: a new tool to image the liver

The Greeks considered the liver to be the home of all human emotions and the organ closet to divine presence. Today, we look at the liver more practically. It is the [...]

Putting Control Of Mammograms In Women’s Hands, Literally

Addressing the pain and anxiety caused by mammograms: Senographe PristinaTM The best chance of early detection of breast cancer is a mammogram. But for many women the number one reason they don´t [...]

Lab Invaders LIVE: New Series Sneaks Inside The Lab Where MRI Magnets Are Made with Liquid Helium

Episode premiers Tuesday at noon ET / 5pm GMT. Here’s 7 Stats You May Not Have Known About This Supercool Gas That Calls the Periodic Table Home Helium is found in [...]

Ask the Scientist: Is the helium in parade balloons the same as the helium in MRI machines?

Today, those observing the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. may mark the occasion by watching celebratory parades of large inflated balloon turkeys and other characters floating down city streets. Next Tuesday [...]

15 weeks early. 99 days in the NICU. 1 family’s story.

A series that asks those who have experienced prematurity to share their words of wisdom and inspiration with others currently going through it. In 2014, Amy Little was pregnant with her third [...]

For this mother, the third time was “golden”

A series that asks those who have experienced prematurity to share their words of wisdom and inspiration with others currently going through it. Jill Canada was pregnant with her third child and [...]

Baby Yohannes: In Ethiopia, a woman’s second premature baby conquers all odds

At just 28 weeks gestation, Workie gave birth to her son at the same hospital where she had her first premature baby Approximately 115 kilometers outside Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital, Workie [...]

Why Doctors Of the Future May Know Code

Or at least the basics, as data and algorithms are unleashed in their service On any given day, radiologists at UC San Francisco (UCSF) and across the country view thousands of [...]

Tackling the First Mile of Care

A challenge to the global health community to help crowdsource ideas to address some of the largest problems facing global primary care today. More than 5 billion people globally are unable [...]

Accelerating Cell and Gene Therapy is Not Just About the Science, It’s the Ecosystem

By Conor McKechnie Much of the discussion at the Alliance for Regenerative Medicines’ Advanced Therapies Investor Day 2016 in London last week was about the science and technology of the medicine and [...]

What do these tiny babies have in common with Winston Churchill and Pablo Picasso?

A series that asks those who have experienced prematurity to share their words of wisdom and inspiration with others currently going through it. In late December 2013, Ashley Piche and her husband [...]

Houston, we have a problem in hospitals: And NASA-trained Engineers are coming to Chicago to Fix it

This isn’t rocket science.  Or is it? Etosha Ottey began her career at NASA. As a systems engineer focused on discrete event simulation, she worked in a program helping to design [...]
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