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.
An emphasis on learning isn’t just a smart career move—it could also ensure long-term brain health.
Embarrassment should not keep patients from using new treatments that can win the battle against fecal incontinence.
After battling back from a heart condition and leukemia, Liz Klinkoski, 31, is now recovering from a stroke.
More use is linked to attention and behavior problems, but also less anxiety.
A 40-foot mobile mammography unit that showed up at her workplace may have saved Deb Browers' life.
A burgeoning procedure to clear total blockages from coronary arteries is giving new life to patients who once had few options.
Skyler Moomey, 15, is battling convulsive seizures. And winning.
Little Hayden, born with two rare disorders, might be the first of his kind. His parents treasure his uniqueness.
For cardiac patients like Michael Thompson, counterpulsation is one of the toughest treatments they'll endure—but also one of the best.