TONY COLES COULD have had any job he wanted in the drug industry. In five years at the helm of cancer drug developer Onyx Pharmaceuticals he increased its market cap eightfold by purchasing an experimental
Millions of the social-networking site's users have no idea they’re using the Internet when they log onto their profiles. It was in Indonesia three years ago that Helani Galpaya first noticed the anomaly.
Testing for certain sexually transmitted diseases -- including HIV -- just got a whole lot easier. Testing for HIV just got a whole lot easier. A team led by Samuel K. Sia, associate professor of biomedical
When the Apple Watch launches in April, one of the first apps that will be available for the device benefits diabetics because it reports glucose levels on a graph. This app — which was designed by medical
One of the big selling points of wearable devices is that they will be able to help us keep track of various fitness metrics. However, a new report claims smartphones are just as good (if not slightly
Apple, Intel and other digital health companies are winning their war against old-school medical device regulation. The industry that stands to make millions from mobile health tech has Food and Drug regulations
Apple Watch comments may be seen as distasteful in some quarters, but the dangers of sedentary lifestyles are more than a marketing line Sitting is the new cancer? As marketing soundbites for a new gadget
Think you have to wear a dedicated fitness tracker to get accurate data? Don't worry -- you may have a good excuse to skip the wristband. The University of Pennsylvania has published a study showing that