Nearly 116 people die every day from opioid-related drug overdoses. Declared a public health emergency by the Department of Health & Human Services in 2017.
In this age of technology, it has been made clear that artificial intelligence knows no bounds. From gaming to the automotive industry, AI has shown its creativity and usefulness time and again.
The signs of a stroke are serious and terrifying: weakness in half the body, trouble producing and understanding speech, and altered vision. Immediately you recognize something is wrong.
In the practice of word association, the mention of “cancer” might bring to mind “chemotherapy.” Thought to go hand-in-hand for decades, chemotherapy has been used to blast cancer cells for years.
It’s a scary thing, going under the knife. Try as you might to be brave, even the most routine of procedures can be alarming.
You are strapped in a roller coaster car approaching the top of a steep hill. Your palms begin to sweat and your heart races.
When a patient has suffered a stroke, his or her outward symptoms often suggest the condition; weakness in the body, slurred speech, and confusion.
This innovation in surgical methodology saves patients and surgeons time and distress and is brought about by the integration of robotics. Robots, computer programmable machines, are being used widely
The heart is one of the most vital organs. Responsible for supplying blood to the entirety of the body, your heart provides the oxygen and nutrients your cells need to survive.
If you reflect back on your middle school science class, you might remember the concept of the central dogma. Used by geneticists for decades, the central dogma states that in the cells of the body