There's no scientific evidence to show that these special glasses can reduce eyestrain.
ICU patients and family members share virtual visits, with help from donated iPads and technical assistance.
Our ever-present iPhones and other devices might have some curious effects on health—but there's no conclusive proof.
Computers may be just as effective as human experts in judging severity of tumors.
As the tool's popularity has exploded, droves of young people—largely men, ages 18 to 34—are experiencing head injuries and bone fractures.
Good relationships don’t just protect our bodies but also our brains. The people most satisfied in their relationships at age 50 are the healthiest at age 80.
Heart rhythm data from high-tech wearables could provide enough information to diagnose a heart attack.
If you're scrolling social media or on-demand videos at bedtime, you're already doing it wrong.
A new study suggests older adults gain much well-being from their small number of social connections.
Smartphones and technology have given rise to a generation plagued by sleepless nights.
New approach could help physicians accurately determine which patients are likely to develop life-threatening conditions.
It's more serious than it sounds.