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Facial-recognition software is now so advanced that it can identify you only from an MRI scan of your brain, a new study reveals
The software was able to correctly identify patients more than 80% of the time, which current privacy laws do not account for.
Measles outbreaks bring total cases in Singapore to 116 so far this year – here’s what the disease does to your body
Want to avoid contracting measles? Get vaccinated.
Singapore is banning food made with partially hydrogenated oil – here’s what trans fat really does to your body
There are absolutely no known medical benefits. Instead, they are known to kill.
Sleep allows our bodies to reset for optimal psychological and physiological functioning. Despite author Jennifer Still’s busy schedule, she still makes sure to get at least eight hours of sleep each night — here’s how.
If you’re addicted to diagnosing your health problems online, you might be suffering from cyberchondria
Cyberchondria is the internet-induced malady that might be making you anxious about your health.
The body mass index, invented in the 1830s, is not actually a good way to determine whether you're at a healthy weight. Now there's a better system.
2 tragedies intersected to give this man a face transplant — and the story that unfolded is powerful
The Mayo Clinic performed its first face transplant, a procedure that's still rare in the US.