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Researchers at the University of Leeds, Britain, say that the ear could be the key to one’s heart, for stimulating the nerves in the ear could distract nervous signals that are overexerting a heart in poor health.
Biologists says the genetic machinery of humans, fruit flies and roundworms are similar in surprising ways. This helps research on diseases.
Meet the first Malaysian to win the Grand Prix Award at the 34th International Exhibition of Inventions, New Techniques and Products.
The professor who won a Nobel prize for her part in the discovery of HIV says it is now her duty to get researchers working together to treat and prevent the disease.
Exoskeletons helping the paralysed to walk; tiny maggot-inspired devices gnawing at brain tumours; machines working tirelessly as hospital helpers; the future is now.
As anticipation for the World Cup builds, health experts caution football fans to be careful of the sometimes fatal stresses that can come from watching the matches.
What’s the most important quality in a running shoe? According to experts, it’s comfort.
This could be a valuable tool for women, says AIDS research body.