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Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg at F8 in 2017

Facebook says it’s one step closer to its vision of letting people type with their brains

For the first time, researchers at UCSF were able to take the brain activity of participants and simultaneously decode what was being said.
To use Hound Labs' device, someone blows into it for roughly a minute. Then, the device returns a positive or negative result for the presence of THC.

This ER doctor is about to launch the first marijuana breathalyzer, and it could completely upend how we do drug testing

Hound Labs is gearing up to launch the world's first marijuana breathalyzer, which could help police figure out whether people are driving while high.

Vaping every day could double your risk of a heart attack, new research suggests

Smoking kills. No other habit has been so strongly tied to death. But vaping is linked with its own set of health risks, including nicotine addiction and potentially doubling one's risk of a heart attack. People who both vape and smoke are the most at risk.

Angelina Jolie shed light on a genetic mutation tied to breast cancer risk — now 23andMe will test you for it, but scientists are worried

The genetics company 23andMe recently got FDA approval to add information on breast-cancer risk in its test. But the results could be dangerously misleading.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Apple unveils health clinic — Fitbit misses earnings amid pivot — Samsung’s new phone will have in-built he...

Apple is launching a network of internal medical clinics with the aim of making healthcare more accessible to its employees.