Scientists at the University of Washington say their approach would be more precise and less painful than the traditional skin test that uses a hypodermic needle.
Report: Wikipedia is now the leading global resource for healthcare information, not just for patients, but doctors as well.
The new Mac Pro ain't cheap, but get Jony Ive and Bono to paint it red and the price could hit £37,000.
The camera created by Apple's design chief and fellow designer Marc Newson has finally been shown off, and apparently went through 561 iterations. And yes, it's aluminum.
Whether we're responding to a disaster or helping to prevent one, our generosity comes from our hearts, but ensuring that our gifts have the maximum impact possible requires using our heads.
The goal: A handheld device, described as a molecular-level Lego set, that will test for tuberculosis and similar bugs in 30 minutes.
Ex-Microsoft CEO Bill Gates thinks the company's latest offerings are doing very nicely without him, thank you very much.
A novel device out of Brown University could lead to the widespread, real-time tracking of influenza.
Gene-Z, which runs on Android-based tablet or iPod Touch, performs genetic analysis on microRNAs to detect cancer. It could be especially welcome in developing countries with few, if any, cancer screening services.
Low-cost color-coded sensor out of the U.K. could let doctors in developing countries detect the presence of viruses including HIV at a glance.