Through smartphones, tablets, laptops and their apps, technology now influences almost every aspect of our lives, and many fear that this digital way of life can be dangerously addictive. BBC Newsnight
Shannon, a 14-year-old who lives in Massachusetts, has amblyopia, a condition sometimes referred to as “lazy eye.” You can’t tell by looking at her, though. Unlike some amblyopic patients, whose eyes wander,
A doctor in Granada is advising fellow physicians to be "mindful" of the injuries that can result from using instant messaging services, after she diagnosed a 34-year-old pregnant woman with "WhatsAppitis".
3D printing's rapid development of printing living tissues and organs is likely to ignite calls to ban the technology's use for human application Known as bioprinting, the medical application of 3D printing
Fraud is aimed at everyone and every part of society, Government at every level, businesses large and small, charities and individuals. A Fraud Action report in 2012 put the cost to the UK economy at and