‘All of Us’ looks to you

An ambitious research program wants to move beyond 'one-size-fits-all' health care.

Patient Story

Calm in the storm

A multisensory machine creates a stress-free hospital visit for a young man with special needs.

Empathy may reside in your DNA

Genetic variants may account for about 10 percent of individual differences in compassion-oriented traits.

Patient Story

‘Time is brain’

David McIntee is a competitive athlete, but a genetic heart condition led to a stroke. Quick action saved his cognition—and his life.

Patient Story

Up and walking

After a year of diminished mobility, Troy Hodge is on the move again, thanks to an early post-op prosthetic device.

Patient Story

‘There’s no wrong choice’

Business acquaintances Bill Payne and Sean Welsh become friends, sharing their divergent yet successful prostate cancer journeys.

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‘Witnessing a miracle’

At 3 months old, Calvin Monroe's heart stopped beating. It regained its rhythm thanks to people and place, timing and technology.

Blood pressure check? There may be an app for that

New phone case invention, using high-tech 3-D printing and "force" sensor, feeds and converts data via smartphone app.

World’s biggest puzzle: 1 million pieces

Once assembled, the All of Us Research Program could provide an unprecedented picture of health and wellness in the United States.

Study: For some, high cholesterol is low concern

Puzzling discovery suggests that certain people may carry traits that protect against the bad effects of high cholesterol in later years.

Neck hazards: Football, cycling, lifting

Proper gear is essential to mitigate harm, but you should always know your athletic abilities and avoid placing yourself at unnecessary risk, doctors say.

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A prescription for gratitude

Less than a year after surgery to fix a rare brain abnormality, pharmacist Elena Beaman is reclaiming normalcy.