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Ford isn't remaining idle while Uber and Lyft start medical transport services. It's launching a GoRide service that offers non-emergency transportation for patients who may have challenges reaching appointments on time. Health care provi...

Seeking a career in nursing could be characterized as an exercise in trust. We nurses willingly endure a grueling educational experience; place ourselves in the hands of nursing professors and professional nurse preceptors; and otherwise trust that t...

In 1983, Chuck Hall, the father of 3D printing, created something that was equal parts simple and earth-shattering. He manufactured the world’s first-ever 3D printer and used it to print a tiny eye wash cup. It was just a cup. But that cup paved th...

Vibes, the company behind reusable earplugs that protect your ears while allowing you to still hear clearly, has teamed up with Hear The World Foundation for a project in Lima, Peru that will screen 30,000 children for hearing impairment.  Read...

Cancer remains the one counterpoint to the march of medical progress that has scored human history over the last 200 years. Last year 600,920 people in the U.S. died from cancer, and another 1.7 million received an initial diagnosis of the disease. G...

I stumbled across this somewhere or other recently, and it is quite chucklesome.US taxpayer funded healthcare spending per capita $5,078 (about £3,600).UK taxpayer funded spending (i.e. NHS), about £2,000 per capita.Talk about shit value for money!

There's a glut of devices out there designed to tell all sorts of things about your bodies, but few you'd want stuck to your body for very long. Perhaps with that in mind, engineering researchers at the University of Tokyo and Dai Nippon Printing hav...