Health - Page 3

A new technique to regrow damaged cartilage is revolutionizing knee surgery

Doctors are using a coral-based material as an implant to heal patients suffering from knee pain.

Never meditated? This simple hack can make you smarter

New study shows that a mere 10 minutes of daily meditation significantly improves your cognitive dexterity.

Turns out using smaller plates doesn't actually help you eat less

A new study debunks the popular diet trick.

Clues from Sigmund Freud's secret psychoanalytical society

A new exhibit in Israel sheds light on the secrets of a man obsessed with finding secrets.

This company will pay for your meal … unless it’s meat

Where's the beef? Not at WeWork, that's for sure.

In this country, pregnant women get to move to the front of the line

Because waiting is hard. And if you're waiting for two, it's twice as hard.

By fixing spines, these doctors are saving children's lives in rural Ethiopia

A team of surgeons from Israel fills a much-needed void in spinal care in the impoverished African country.

Online therapy firm teams up with Michael Phelps to break the stigma of mental illness

The Olympic gold medalist swimmer is the new face of Talkspace, a startup that makes therapy affordable and accessible to millions of people.

There's a reason you're not getting enough sleep, and it might surprise you

Frequent wakeups have a fascinating biological explanation, according to a new study.

Would you eat a grasshopper?

An Israeli entrepreneur is hoping the insect becomes part of your daily diet.

How this guy became the first paralyzed man to complete the London Marathon

Simon Kindleysides wasn't going to let a little thing like paralysis keep him from crossing that finish line.

A new special chocolate promises not to unravel a diabetic's blood sugar

Imagine it: Junk food that's not bad for you!

Engineer builds a tiny robot that crawls inside your body

From delivering medicine to taking biopsies, a futuristic invention has arrived.

How sci-fi machines are saving kids in India

These handwashing stations make water out of thin air.

Can you engineer your own dreams?

They seem random and totally bizarre sometimes. A new study looks at people trying to initiate lucid dreams.