Erythritol is a common substitute for sugar in low-calorie, low-carb, and keto diet products, but researchers now say it could be doing more harm than good.
A team says people encountering pollution levels below current U.S. air quality standards are still more likely to die from cardiovascular disease.
Scientists with the University of Utah say these wearable gadgets can interfere with medical devices such as pacemakers.
The method called "radiomics" combines data from CT (computed tomography) scans that reveal signs of disease not visible in the images alone.
Researchers at King’s College London may have figured out how to predict and potentially prevent a heart from stopping.
“Our device replicates some key features of a heart attack in a relatively simple and easy to use system,” researchers say.