A new wearable device can track arm and hand movements from people recovering from strokes to help improve their rehab exercises.
There was a really interesting piece on J-STOR recently that washes away the widespread idea that the Middle Ages in Europe was just unbelievably filthy. Why is it that we think the Middle Ages WAS so dirty?
The Tension-Activated Repair Patch could help people with back injuries, and it works a little bit like how we patch flat tires on the road.
There’s new research out that suggests that for those trying to eat healthy, bigger is better - at least when it comes to font sizes on parts of the menu.
Lifting Something Heavy? Think Positive Thoughts, Or You Might Hurt Yourself (Cool Weird Awesome 1028)
Today we have a pro tip for you if you’ve got any heavy lifting in your near future: research says it's good for your health if you keep it positive!
Most people have O, A, B or AB type blood, but there are dozens of rarer blood types, including Rhnull, which is sometimes called "golden blood."
Firefighting is dangerous work, in part because of the exposure to dangerous chemicals. Researchers are learning more about those exposures thanks to a simple silicone wristband.
There's a project out of the University of Maine that's found that wild blueberries can help us heal cuts and other wounds.