Pacemaker of the Future: World’s Smallest Pacemaker Has 51% Fewer Complications

A study showed that nearly all of the patients implanted with the world's smallest pacemaker experienced no major complications during global clinical trials. /READ MORE // Retreivor, The TINY GPS...

What do smart people have in common?

Can intelligence be mapped and quantified? Researchers have noticed interesting correlations in many facets of high-IQ individuals' lives in areas as diverse as height and pet choice. /READ MORE // Neuroscientists...

Best of 2014 // #93: Safety Breach Closes CDC

In July, almost two dozen different government laboratories were locked down after over 80 employees at the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta were potentially...

Joe Biden Implores SXSW Crowd to Join His $6.3 Billion Initiative...

Former Vice President Joe Biden personally experienced the sorrow of cancer when his son Beau died of brain cancer in 2015 at age 46. This loss took Biden out of the 2016...

New Drug-Resistant Strain of Typhoid Spreading

In Canada, The United States and other developed countries, we are vaccinated at a young age for a variety of illnesses, including Typhoid.  However, recently, a strain of...

Spritam: This is the First FDA-Approved 3D-Printed Drug

A new pill that can control epileptic seizures has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administrations, but that's not the interesting part.  The drug also happens...
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