A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that, with proper instruction, children as young as 4 can effectively perform self-sampling with nasal swabs for testing.  
Engineers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Stanford University have created a small, autonomous device with a stretchable/flexible sensor that can be adhered to the skin to measure the changing size of tumors below.
Researchers at Georgia Tech and clinicians at the Emory University School of Medicine are bringing a new understanding to these complicated conditions with the first high-resolution visualizations of stable spiral waves in human ventricles.
Homer Rice Center for Sports Performance offers physical therapy and chiropractic services.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found a detection method that could revolutionize cancer treatment by showing how cancers metastasize and what stage they are.
Temperatures are rising and many are trying to find solutions to the heat crisis, Georgia Tech experts weigh in on risk factors and possible solutions to extreme heat.
By using mechanical energetics to measure stability, Georgia Tech researchers gain deeper insights into how and why we fall.
Preparing snacks requires planning, but it can save time, money, and energy.
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology offer a new method to disrupt spiral waves that uses less energy and that may be less painful than traditional defibrillation.
Researchers at Georgia Tech are working to understand the lymph system through a partnership with the Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI).