A team of EPFL engineers has developed technology that could partially restore vision in blind people. The study is published in Communications Materials. Restoring eyesight has always been one of the biggest challenges for scientists.
If I’ve tested positive for COVID-19, what will happen when I give birth? It’s common for expectant parents to have questions about making sure their newborn is healthy during and after delivery in the hospital.
New strain of coronavirus having a ‘survival advantage’ is ‘concerning’: Siegel Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel reacts to New York confirming the state’s first case of the new coronavirus strain. Dr. Anthony Fauci,
In sync! Twins Nikki Bella and Brie Bella‘s baby bumps had major growth spurts overnight. “Both of our babies grew so much last night! Can’t believe @thebriebella is 27 weeks and I am almost 26
Researchers say they’ve developed a low-cost swab test that can diagnose COVID-19 infections in about 45 minutes. The CRISPR-based test—which uses gene-targeting technology and requires no specialized equipment—could help relieve testing backlogs in the United
If you’re on the hunt for an at-home workout that won’t feel monotonous and love a retro, cheerful host happily pep-talking you through some dance moves, you might be thrilled to find that you can
If you don’t know what to get your mum for Mother’s Day (which is a week way, in case you forgot), Moonpig is asking people to register as a blood donors. The card brand has
To combat opioid misuse, doctors who prescribe the addictive painkillers for youngsters should give their parents a Ziploc bag loaded with coffee grounds. Dirt, cat litter, or another unappealing substance can be used instead of
One in eight couples experience infertility. You probably know someone dealing with this issue. They might even be on your holiday list. And though you’re trying to be empathetic and encouraging, it’s important to be
A little girl with a rare genetic disorder has found comfort in a specially made disco bathtub. Ailey Wales, five, was born with Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome, which means she cannot communicate verbally, walk, or play with