Diabetes is an epidemic in the United States, with about 29 million people who have it, another 8 million who are undiagnosed and 86 million who are considered pre-diabetic, according to the American Association.
MIT and Harvard researchers have created color-changing tattoos that could, in the future, track your pH, glucose, and sodium levels. DermalAbyss replaces typical tattoo ink with biosensors, which respond
They worked on mice. Skin grafts made using CRISPR gene editing are preventing mice from developing diabetes, and scientists claim they could prove beneficial for humans too. In a proof-of-concept study,
A new project aims to teach robots how to work alongside humans. These eyeball-y robots, created by a consortium of European researchers, are designed to learn how to navigate dynamic human environments
Here's the scoop: Breyers ice cream is going artificial growth hormone-free. The ice cream brand on Wednesday announced plans to stop using milk from cows treated with the controversial hormone rBST. the
Love may be intoxicating. But when mixed with alcohol, the hormone that love spurs in humans seems to have the opposite effect: It's downright sobering. A new study finds the much-ballyhooed "love hormone,"