Curēus, the new generation medical journal, today announced the winners of its Fall 2012 International Poster Competition sponsored by Varian Medical Systems.
Dr. Tom Robinson is convinced that the expectation of sugar making a child hyper can actually become a self-fulfilling prophecy for parents.
Marcus Dickinson, an EVE Online player was inspired by his avatar to get into the best shape of his life.
Hunching over to read on a tiny portable device causes undue stress on your neck and shoulders. It causes headaches and a pain in the neck. It’s so common that it has been coined as “text neck.”
Gary Farlow merges art and science by making anatomically correct blown glass art sculptures of the heart and arteries.
Team Cureus spoke with Austin Nakatsuka, about his poster research on redesigning football helmets, his spearfishing adventures and passion for helping underserved communities both at home and abroad.
A new study which included responses from 80,000 researchers suggests manuscripts that are rejected then resubmitted are cited more often.
According to a recent study by Truven Health, hospital workers in the U.S. are more likely to develop chronic illnesses and are more likely to be hospitalized.
Information Is Beautiful has a nifty interactive chart that shows the science behind the effectiveness of popular health supplements.