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Experts in nursing, psychology and engineering are coming together to provide more individualized approaches to childhood obesity.
Family caregivers devote their lives to the loved ones they care for, despite the heavy toll it can take on their health.
How could an engineering concept help someone quit smoking or improve relationships between parents and their children?
An anthropologist and an economist look at obesity as more than just a calories-in, calories-out equation.
A little rock 'n' roll might be good for the brain. William "Jamie" Tyler studies ultrasound as a therapy for neurological, psychiatric and developmental disorders.
Richard Lerman recorded Death Valley Cycle 2, a sound/video installation, to mark eight years of living with cancer.
Many of today's foods are fortified with omega-3 fatty acids. What is this nutrient, and should you be increasing your intake?
Can surgeons use video games to improve their skills? At the Human Machine Symbiosis Lab, researchers create multimedia tools to help improve the health care industry.
Cochlear implants can help deaf people regain their hearing. Michael Dorman studies patients with implants to help make the devices work even better.
Scientists and public officials are studying the features of past pandemics in order to deal with the current swine flu and potential future outbreaks.