Smart glass and phone apps may have been developed for gamers, but now they are among the many technologies crossing over into the healthcare field.
Bad nights are disruptive to a person’s life. Fortunately, scientists are constantly learning more about the causes.
We spend one third of our time sleeping, but scientists still don’t know why. A prominent researcher reviews the most likely explanations.
Why does the common illness keep outsmarting scientists?
The vision of a world in which everyone lives longer and better is attractive – but for societies the changes will be over-whelming. An ethicist and a sociologist discuss the implications.
Life spans in the developed world have doubled over the past two centuries — and scientists are working hard to decipher the code of aging.
Happiness can be understood objectively, says pioneer researcher Ruut Veenhoven.
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