Booze, wine or beer?

Research shows certain types of drinks can affect mood differently—and people often pick their poison based on the feeling it produces.

Patient Story

A crowning moment for Huntington's disease

Shelby Lentz is competing for the Miss Michigan title. But since her diagnosis, she's now competing in a race against time.

Annual flu shot doesn't weaken your immune system

In fact, just the opposite may occur.

Patient Story

‘Every day counts’

For glioblastoma patient Tim Scheidel and his family, spending time together is the top priority.

Patient Story

'She was in God's hands'

Quick thinking and medical care got stroke patient Edith Vis back to the good things in life.

Irresistible change

They’ve long been a first-line treatment for a host of maladies—but what does the future hold for antibiotics?

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No longer missing out

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No longer missing out

Hybrid cochlear implant uses 'best-of-both-worlds' technology to restore grandfather's hearing.

Browner waters, more disease?

Scientists warn that climate change could carry significant health implications.

Patient Story

A reservoir of healing

With the gentle touch of an artist, RaNae Couture helps patients harness the power of creativity on the path to recovery.

Patient Story

'She was given to us for a reason'

One family shares their journey of getting their daughter back to eating and drinking with help from the Intensive Feeding Program.

Ovarian cancer's origin studied

Findings may lead to better tests that could catch the disease earlier.