Modern medical technology has changed our lives and expectations. Learn how the new tools of medicine are working to change the face of health care and improve our lives.
Primary care doctors outfit their team with wristband fitness trackers and issue a group challenge: walk around the world in 2015.
Images are more reliable than blood tests in determining the toll of time.
Disease spotted with 95 percent accuracy in study.
Further study urged for use of the technology in helping people with plantar fasciitis.
Prosthetic device may have implications for a wide range of diseases including Parkinson’s.
The first of its kind in a U.S. hospital, our newest MRI technology is like Superman’s X-ray vision on steroids.
Electrophysiologists explore the heart’s electrical system, help patients live full lives.
Feeling crummy? Cuddle up in your bathrobe with a cup of hot tea and get care from the comfort of your couch.