Line Emilie Fedders
Smart glass and phone apps may have been developed for gamers, but now they are among the many technologies crossing over into the healthcare field.
Bad nights are disruptive to a person’s life. Fortunately, scientists are constantly learning more about the causes.
We spend one third of our time sleeping, but scientists still don’t know why. A prominent researcher reviews the most likely explanations.
Why does the common illness keep outsmarting scientists?
The vision of a world in which everyone lives longer and better is attractive – but for societies the changes will be over-whelming. An ethicist and a sociologist discuss the implications.
Life spans in the developed world have doubled over the past two centuries — and scientists are working hard to decipher the code of aging.
Happiness can be understood objectively, says pioneer researcher Ruut Veenhoven.