Simple lab work done during a few days in the hospital can cost more than a car. A trip to the emergency room for chest pains that turn out to be indigestion brings a bill that can exceed the price of a semester at college. When …
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Researchers at University of Arizona have created a set of robotic legs that mimic a real human gait.
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The original American Idol was so starstruck by a video of children with cancer lip-synching to her song, “Stronger,” that she intends to swing by Seattle Children’s Hospital to meet them in person.