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.
Michigan family hopes their participation in long-term, international research will shed light on their young daughter's medical troubles.
It's more serious than it sounds.
A lung transplant saved his life. Now, he is determined to make the most of his second chance.
Researchers have long recognized viruses, bacteria and parasites as culprits in pancreatic cancers—but new evidence points to fungal infections, too.
With wireless technology, an epilepsy monitoring unit gives a girl more freedom to play and move about during her hospital stay.
Experts say a landmark study has found certain gene mutations can be targeted with newer drug therapies.
Lindsey Pietrzyk grew up with a mysterious heart condition. Now she's part of a growing family with faith in the future.
A mere two weeks on the couch is enough to bungle the good health of a previously active person, researchers say.
Pompe disease had no treatment when doctors diagnosed Tasha Veinbergs. Treatment arrived and her future brightened.
As he prepares for college, a teen takes time out for an innovative surgery that gives him a new jaw.
As the world struggles to maintain traditional sources of omega-3, will the ocean's plant life emerge as a preferred source?
Gray Rushin had pedaled 3,000 miles in 30 days when a stroke felled him north of Ludington, Michigan. Now his No. 1 aim is finishing his cross-country quest.
Research continues to uphold a longstanding notion: If you take care of your body, it'll take care of your brain.
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