Engaging in physical activity a few times per week – and not necessarily with greater frequency – may be most beneficial among middle-aged women.

There is overwhelming scientific evidence to suggest a wide range of health benefits to regular physical activity, but there is some debate as to the extent and frequency optimal for ...

“Soft robotics” are biodegradable, miniaturized surgical tools that can safely dissolve in the body, after completing a diagnostic or delivering targeted drug t

Surpassing current bulky technologies, the next generation of medical robotics are smaller, flexible, and self-powered  The latest innovation in the field of  'soft robotics' is a flexible, microscopic hand-like gripper ...

Folate, abundant in green leafy vegetables such as spinach, may reduce migraine frequency.

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Telomere shortening may trigger severe pulmonary fibrosis and emphysema.

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Increasing klotho improves cognitive function in spite of the presence of Alzheimer’s toxic compounds in the brain, in a mouse model.

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In this Technology Review, A4M President Dr. Ronald Klatz shares a roundup of current wearable health monitoring technologies that are non-invasive systems that

Wearable health monitoring technologies provide real-time sensing of physiological signals, with data delivered via telemetry for monitoring, recording, and transmission for detailed analysis. Such devices are of great interest in ...


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