A new wearable gadget acts as a personal trainer and a DJ in one
Brett Zarda reports on an intriguing patent application
Be still my heart.
Stanford scientists are working on a light-controlled pacemaker.
The glue—which researchers showed is able to hold fast on live beating hearts—could be a gentler alternative to stitches.
Fish that were exposed to oil when they were young will be unlikely to survive to reproduce.
Two Philadelphia doctors are championing an unconventional new treatment for keeping cardiac-arrest victims alive, with as little brain damage as possible: just give them hypothermia
This 10,000-rpm, no-pulse artificial heart doesn't resemble an organic heart--and might be all the better for it
The pacemaker of the future looks crazy
The "Somah" solution could preserve organs for transplant in a state of suspended animation
Surgeries during a waning full moon have lower mortality rates and shorter hospital stays, according to a new study.
Reanimating lifeless organs brings new hope for the millions on transplant waiting lists
GPU-driven processing is bringing the predictive power of supercomputers to the radiology suite
Step one: detergent
Researchers are zeroing in on a long-sought goal of human healing: organs that can regenerate themselves from within
A groundbreaking new device has given an artificial heart recipient new freedom, replacing the 400-pound machine that kept him tethered to the hospital
One lab baboon has had a pig heart in its body for more than a year now.
The heart was created, in part, using skin cells from people with Barth syndrome.