The dad came into contact with the bacteria on a crabbing trip.
The nearly-4-inch cable was knotted inside him.
Caffeine lovers rejoice!
Grab the almonds!
Here's how to find a sunscreen that doesn't harm the marine organisms.
One biotech company has taken the first steps toward printing functional human organs for transplants.
According to scientists, we haven’t reached the upper limit of our lifespans yet.
"I was a plumber who needed new plumbing."
It's for two types of severe epilepsy.
The simple setup could help first responders identify neurotoxins and pick the right antidote.
The software can help doctors and hospitals determine who has the best chance of recovery.
Watch extremely realistic limbs, complete with hair and freckles, get made from beginning to end.
For one, don't pee on it.
Specialized viruses targeting invasive bacteria could replace aging antibiotics in our healthcare system.
Big news for your little swimmers.
Their new algorithm could soon tell you exactly when to consume caffeine.
A new study shows how bacteria still pop up even in the cleanest of places, like NASA facilities and hospital rooms.
Could artificial intelligence put doctors out of jobs?
Go ahead and treat yourself by sleeping in this weekend.
The sensor can see if something's wrong in the gut and tell a phone. They're hoping humans are next.
The CDC has traced thousands of illnesses back to contaminated public pools, hot tubs, spas and waterparks.
Don't rely on the Advil bottle anymore.
The injectable medication could stop 50% of monthly migraines.
A new technology allows law enforcement to track legal marijuana using DNA.
The ear, grown to replace one lost in a car crash, will have functional blood vessels and nerve endings.