ICYMI: Health tech for VR sickness, smarter wifi and more
Mayo Clinic is hacking the brain to bypass movement confusion from virtual reality.
Mayo Clinic might have the cure for VR motion sickness
It's all about tricking your brain into thinking you're moving when sitting still.
Scientists extend the lifespan of mice by up to 35 percent
The foundation of the elixir of life, or just long-life pets?
Researchers may have found a cancer cell's 'off' switch
Researchers have found that injecting a biological processor called microRNA into a tumor increases the levels of a specific protein that inhibits cellular reproduction.
Violinist fiddles with a smart bow to help his brain surgery
It's common for brain surgery patients to stay awake. That's how surgeons know everything is going...
Switched On: The next steps for digital wellness, part two
Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. The last Switch...
iPad credited with helping save a man's life at the Mayo Clinic
The world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota has been issuing iPads to physicians for a w...
Mayo Clinic prescribes active games
The Wii has been getting a lot of attention lately, mainly because of its different control mechanis...
Shocking study reveals that activity in gaming fights obesity
Providing a mighty blow to both "research studies" and the value of Ph.D degrees everywhere, the lat...