The latest news on medical technology
A test for toxins could reduce drug makers' need for horseshoe crab blood used for medical testing.
What to do when you need care and appointments are scarce.
Experiments could lead to ways of melding minds with machines.
FDA disregards its own mandate for data on women in clinical trials, researchers contend
Effort to end use of environmentally-dangerous mercury thermometers nears completion.
Durable conduits made by living cells might boost options for dialysis, heart bypass patients.
Amputees with rerouted 'sense of touch' view new limbs as part of body.
Expect to see your electronic medical record, more screening coverage, and a team approach to care.
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Mistakes still can happen, but you can take steps to protect yourself.