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.
Battling kidney disease since toddlerhood, Lyndi Hollinger dreams of a normal life. She finds it when she's on Sammy's back.
Constantly checking your phone can heighten stress and lower productivity—especially if you're a young person.
New approach lets patients “sleep” through a deep brain stimulation procedure.
“Nervous and kind of excited,” 14-year-old Malorie Fox prepares to receive a new treatment.
Kids with ADHD might benefit, but for most it's just a toy.
Innovations help multidisciplinary team minimize risk for patients with abnormal blood vessels in the brain.
When little Mary Chittle's heart stopped, a team of doctors, nurses and prayer warriors joined forces to get it beating again.
As he battles cystic fibrosis, Mason Moerdyk, 16, finds the strength to dive into a new sport.
Nearly 95 percent of people who report having an allergy to the antibiotic can actually tolerate it—and that’s to their advantage.
Missie Charon is building a new home, and looks forward to building a new life after battling pancreatic cancer.
About 1 in 50 Americans have unruptured brain aneurysms that can be deadly if they pop. How do you know when to get checked?