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ICYMI: The best health innovations of the year

From real-life tricorders that can scan you for sickness to studying human interactions with robot babies
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Today on In Case You Missed It: It's been a pretty magical year for medical innovation, with something for everyone but most especially Star Trek fans. The FDA approved 3D-printed medicine for the first time, prosthetic arms for kids got awesome and researchers helped a man with a severed spine walk, with sensor connections on either side of his spine.

Please share any interesting science or tech videos with us! Just tweet us with the #ICYMI hashtag to @mskerryd. Tomorrow's show will cover the innovations of the year in transportation news, so please check back in for that.

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