Today, one in three American mothers gets major surgery during delivery, despite evidence that this rate of intervention is excessive.
The pigment could coat electronic implants.
These threads could send health info wirelessly to your doctor
Ready for bubble-propelled blastoff
Get great shots of those hard to reach places
Sounds good to us
Ever wished Siri could just read your mind?
Future tech could help you determine when to build mountains out of molehills
Custom, printable splints could make it easier to treat minor-yet-debilitating injuries in disaster zones or underdeveloped regions.
It works over the din of a space ship, even if it's not placed correctly on the patient's body.
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