From Newborn Babies to Heavy Duty Gas Turbines

Technology this dad helped engineer as an intern just cared for his newborn baby nine years later (at the hospital powered by the energy turbines he now works on) In 2006, [...]

Sidelining Injuries: GE Healthcare and the NBA Launch First Challenge for Sports Injury Research

Imagine that water had to be collected from a bucket in a well, and it requires a person to pull on a rope from over the side of the well. Day [...]

Stories from the NICU

For these newborns, the first few days of their lives might be the hardest. But with the care of Neonatal Intensive Care Units across the country, these babies can get the [...]

Protecting the Most Vulnerable – Keeping the Baby Warm

Birth is an exciting time for most families, but it can be a frightening experience. Every year, an estimated 15 million babies are born preterm, and this number is rising. Some [...]

Coventry Scientists Validate Digital Pathology for Routine Clinical Practice

A new study has shown that pathologists are just as effective at making a confident diagnosis digitally using a virtual slide with advanced pathology software as using a microscope for routine [...]

RSNA is Over, But the Future Starts Now

As RSNA’s 101st Annual Meeting draws to a close, the 55,000-strong crowd of healthcare professionals from around the world disperses from McCormick Place, having caught a glimpse of the exciting future [...]

World AIDS Day 2015: Where do We Stand Against HIV?

Today is World AIDS Day. At a time where 34 million people around the world are estimated to have the virus, it is more important than ever to make sure we [...]

Nipping HIV in the Bud: Dr. Spearman

On the first World AIDS Day on Dec 1, 1988, a diagnosis of HIV was viewed as a death sentence. Nearly three decades later, many patients live with the disease thanks [...]
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