There is the good kind of Escherichia coli bacteria. Then there is the stinky kind. E. coli O157:H7 is the stinky kind.
Researchers from the University of Bath have developed a wearable wrist patch that non-invasively measures glucose in hair follicles beneath the skin, capable of measuring glucose levels every 10-15 minutes.
As we embark on another exciting NHL playoffs, Dr. Lipi Roy (physician and long-time hockey fan) shares her unique perspective on evolving medical issues–from concussions to cancer–over the league’s 101 years.
Alleged are an ultimatum, a money grab and unethical behavior in the battle for clients in Flint, MI. A TV star makes an appearance, too.
While it’s no surprise that Theranos is circling the drain, its lender of last resort was the first private equity firm to be delisted — right before Softbank bought it. If Masayoshi Son loses the $65 million principal, it will be no skin off his back.
Livongo Health has raised $105 million as the business of mobile monitoring technology to manage chronic conditions attracts big names in technology, health insurance and the investor community.
So many ticks are lurking in the brush and woodlands. Here’s what they might give you. It’s more than Lyme.