Patient Story

See the doctor in your PJs

'Like FaceTime’ for health care, MedNow sees a huge surge this flu season. One patient shares how it saved her money and the hassle of leaving home.

Cancer 'vaccine' rids body of multiple cancer types—in mice

But will it work in humans?

Data: Big downsides to lax helmet law

Two new studies prove what Michigan doctors said five years ago—a loosening of helmet laws would bring medical and financial consequences.

Keeping Valentine's Day sweet without the sweets

A dietitian provides tips on keeping Valentine's Day healthy

Patient Story

When two hearts beat as one

Twin brothers John and Tom Pantlind shared many experiences growing up. Now they share an end to their heart troubles.

Patient Story

Phil Simon’s big hope

At a critical point in the progression of his multiple sclerosis, a local chef pins his hopes on a breakthrough medication.

Just how bad is this flu season? Experts weigh in

Two-thirds of confirmed cases in the U.S. have been caused by the dangerous H3N2 strain.

Scientists zero in on better saliva-based HIV test

New saliva test shows promise in detecting small amounts of antibodies early in HIV infection.

The vital victual of Valentine's

Aiming for good health and happiness in this season of love? A bit of dark chocolate deserves a spot in your snack bag.

Study: Nicotine in e-cigarettes might cause cancers

Findings could spur public policies to require lower nicotine levels in tobacco cigarettes and increase regulation of e-cigarettes.

Can just 5 therapy sessions work for those with PTSD?

Written exposure therapy may reduce attrition and transcend previously observed barriers to treatment for both patients and providers.

Patient Story

'I think I'm having a heart attack'

David Eck thought he was in the clear after surviving a heart attack miles offshore in the Gulf Coast. But years later, fear returned.