Your phone may be smart, but how you’re using it may not be.
After seven years, lung failure patient asks her doctors, “Am I still the sickest patient you ever had that lived?”
At age 56, Kevin Rupp aims to compete in triathlons as long as his body will let him.
Six years after battling back from a ruptured brain aneurysm and month-long coma, Todd Abbott offers hope to other patients coping with brain injuries.
After overcoming her fears, a Michigan woman undergoes successful knee replacement surgery—and it changed her life.
After suffering severe injuries in a car-deer accident, Linda Ball stages a recovery that impresses her family and medical team.
Two years after a terrible car crash, Kathryn Dotas returns to the pediatric intensive care unit to thank the team that saved her life.
A stroke victim's newfound love of painting helped her reclaim strength and self-confidence.
Jason Wise almost died in 2016. A year later, he's back to his love of music—and spinning tunes for the people who helped him get there.
Woodworker David Smedley—grandpa to 30, great-grandpa to 24—discovers a unique physical therapy program to help him control his tremors.
Adult coloring has become a popular rehabilitation and meditation tool, with more than 12 million coloring books sold each year.
Police dog Fix and the 'guy at the other end of the leash' bring comfort and smiles to patients, staff and visitors.