Modern medical technology has changed our lives and expectations. Learn how the new tools of medicine are working to change the face of health care and improve our lives.
Breast cancer survivors who suffer from cold breasts after reconstruction surgery may soon have a new solution—the thermal bra.
Even as that crisis looms in countries across the globe, South Asia and others face the unique problem of underweight youth.
You don't have to dive headlong into the latest fitness fad to get into shape—just step out for a simple stroll.
Zinc and vitamin C might offer relief (and maybe prevention), but you're better off focusing on a balanced diet.
Research paints a complex picture of the subtle benefits of wine and beer consumption, but this much is certain: Don't overdo it.
With two bone marrow transplants behind her, 9-year-old Lily Goodwin fights for her future.
After complex heart problems and several surgeries, little Graylyn Karaus is stretching, reaching and working toward walking.
Study finds natural selection still happening, with gene variants linked to Alzheimer's, smoking fading.
A 16-year-old boy has a new look and better function following pioneering facial reconstruction surgery.
Continuous long-term monitoring led to diagnosis in 1 out of 3 high-risk adults.