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BBC News, Health By Philippa Roxby Health reporter, BBC News 10 January 2016 [Photo: NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY] A major medical emergency has never occurred on the International Space Station – but what would happen if it did? And what lessons could be learnt for treating similar emergencies on Earth?… See...
By Calla Cofield, Staff Writer | September 21, 2015 05:25pm ET Does spaceflight affect the human body all the way down to the genetic level? And if so, can a study of those changes help protect or even select future astronauts? Scientists working on NASA’s one-year mission are taking...
Yahoo! Tech By Ben Gruber September 21, 2015 Mountain View, CA (Reuters) – New imaging technology that processes hundreds of medical scans to generate a perfect virtual 3D model of the human body will allow doctors to more accurately diagnose disease and prepare for complex surgical procedures, according to its...