Researchers say they have developed an acoustic belt that can listen to sounds in a person’s gut and determine if they have irritable bowel syndrome. One of the world’s leading gastroenterologists thinks he’s found a new way to diagnose irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) by simply listening to it. Dr. BarryRead More →

How new tech could replace your physician. For the first time, researchers have demonstrated that artificial intelligence can identify skin cancer more accurately than dermatologists.The small study, published this month in the journal Annals of Oncology, compared the performance of a form of AI called deep learning convolutional neural network (CNN)Read More →

How these otherworldly sounds may help you hear your way to a happier, healthier you. For as long as she can remember, Jessica Trimberger has lived with anxiety. “I find it hard to be motivated and am generally jittery,” she says.Trimberger, who owns a company that makes small-batch beauty products,Read More →

Staying active can help protect your heart as you age. A new study by Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers offers middle-aged Americans hope that they can still improve their heart health.The study, published in the May 15 edition of the journal Circulation, concluded that increasing physical activity levels over a span ofRead More →