After providing precision oncology care fore more than 2,700 veterans, the Department of Veterans Affairs and IBM are extending their partnership through at least June 2019.
The goal is to develop software that can be used by healthcare professionals to identify, diagnose, treat and manage sleep apnea in patients.
The new, sensor-based bandages have been designed to help treat chronic wounds.
In remote and dangerous areas, 3D printing can be used to bridge the gap between the need for and access to prosthetic limbs.
Microsoft and Adaptive Biotechnologies have partnered on an ambitious immunology project that could see diseases diagnosed much faster.
PillPack is pitched as a way to bring convenience to people who take multiple medications every day.
Google takes a 'gobble-it-all' approach to building predictive analytics for patient outcomes.
With gaming disorder making its way into the International Classification of Diseases, it's just a matter of time before other digital issues -- think smartphone and social -- are flagged.
Garmin just revealed its latest high end GPS sports watch series, the Fenix 5 Plus, that brings everything you want in a GPS sports watch into three new options. The highest end model even includes blood oxygen saturation measurements for high altitude hiking and climbing.
Dealing with the Ebola crisis in Africa and the aftermath of the Charlottesville protests required a sophisticated telehealth solution using Cisco technology, UVA has said.
The low-cost electronic labels may pave the way for keeping tabs on our health.
The API gives developers a way to build health apps with individualized experiences tailored to a user's health history.
Exclusive: The app leaked health data, private messages, and full credit card data in some cases.
The storage bucket wasn't protected with a password and was accessible by anyone.
Researchers believe that tampering with diamonds could provide low-cost alternatives for medical imaging and drug discovery.