A sensor-filled wearable provides real-time feedback on a woman's heart
Tiny in size but big in importance, the MOCAheart keeps your blood pressure in check wherever you are
Tech giant makes their most futuristic product even more progressive.
Body parts fused with different species DNA can react to heart attacks and strokes to stop them from happening.
A new study in Circulation Research suggests that injecting bone marrow stem cells into the patient's heart could help heal the damaged blood vessels in the heart.
Mio I-zawa is a Japanese interactive media artist that utilizes flesh-like masses of material that resemble hearts, tumors, and skin cells. These items are placed into situations where they interact with computers, humans, or both.