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'He put them on and ran all over the place and just forgot he was wearing them.'
You can rationalize all you want when it comes to weird symptoms, but that stubbornness could kill you. Just ask Frank Stanley.
"It may be possible to successfully teach blind people to 'see with sounds.'"
"Blockbuster" drugs drive 13 percent increase in spending at the pharmacy.
'We understood patient-centered care before it became fashionable. To have been a small part of this effort is very rewarding.'
Matt Carrier, 37, fights for himself, his wife and his two young sons as he learns to walk and talk again.
As a parent, it’s important to know how far is too far when it comes to crossing the boundaries between public and private life.
A partnership between Spectrum Health and an engineering student may have solved the problem of patients removing intubation tubes.
But violent video games don't seem to have as much influence on bad behavior as gaming time in general.
Primary care doctors outfit their team with wristband fitness trackers and issue a group challenge: walk around the world in 2015.
Images are more reliable than blood tests in determining the toll of time.
Disease spotted with 95 percent accuracy in study.