An artificial pancreas could replace insulin trackers for type-1 diabetes sufferers. A team of American and Italian researchers successfully piloted a “novel” artificial pancreas system that showed improvements in two key measures of […]
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A clever new algorithm uses a person’s medical history to predict whether they will one day be diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed […]
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In one of my favorite Scrubs scenes, J.D. and Elliot refer to an “archaic” chart—illustrated expressions in varying degrees of pain—to gauge a patient’s discomfort. Mr. Peele, whose face looks like he just […]
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Sleep is one of life’s most precious gifts—along with scented candles, tacos, and Barry Manilow. Yet millions of Americans lay awake each night, counting sheep and wishing for their insomniac hell to end. […]
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Don’t worry about missing your favorite shows during the impending Writers Guild of America strike: AI Benjamin has you covered. This year’s follow-up to the 2016 short film Sunspring, written entirely be an […]
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