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- Jan 12 201713 minutes
Could Cancer Drugs Treat Autism?
A surprising genetic connection has autism researchers wondering if they can borrow from cancer’s medicine cabinet.
- Nov 18 20168 minutes
Cut The Ibs
Food giants are hustling to develop palatable products low in short-chain carbohydrates to ease the burden of digestive disorders.
- Nov 7 20161 minute
Model’s Death Ruled Accidental After Chiropractic Adjustment
Playboy model Katie May suffered a torn artery and stroke
- Dec 5 20164 minutes
The Gift of a Face
Tragically disfigured for 14 years following a horrific accident, firefighter Patrick Hardison becomes the successful recipient of the world’s most extensive face transplant
- Dec 19 20161 minute
Best Friends for a Cure
AS 2 LITTLE GIRLS FIGHT A DEADLY DISEASE AFFECTING ONLY 11 KNOWN PEOPLE WORLDWIDE, THEIR FAMILIES LOOK FOR ANSWERS TOGETHER
- Oct 16 20161 minute
What’s Happened to Dylan’s Voice?
Bob Dylan has never had to rely on the purity of his croon to get his vocal point across. But as the years have passed, he’s gone from producing a nasal timbre to his current Cookie Monster–after–a–bender tone. Otolaryngologist Milan Amin, director of the NYU Voice Center, gives his diagnoses.
- Nov 28 20161 minute
My Surprising Surgery
THE GMA COHOST OPENS UP ABOUT DEALING WITH HIP-REPLACEMENT SURGERY AT A YOUNG AGE—AND HOW SHE’S RECOVERING
- Dec 15 20163 minutes
One Patient, Two Cancer DNA Tests, Two Different Results
What happens when cutting-edge medicine offers up conflicting answers?
- Oct 21 20161 minute
Swipe For Safer Sex
The same clicks and swipes that encourage the spread of STDs can also help prevent them.
- Dec 5 20161 minute
Micah Fowler Breaking Barriers
THE STAR OF ABC’S SPEECHLESS OPENS UP ABOUT WORKING AND THRIVING WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
- Sep 5 20162 minutes
Cancer Survivor to Pageant Princess
AFTER BATTLING CANCER IN UTERO AND UNDERGOING SURGERY AS AN INFANT, TODDLERS AND TIARAS STAR CADENCE SCHUTTER FOUND JOY IN PAGEANTS
- Jun 20 20162 minutes
The Role of Boxing in the Death of Muhammad Ali Remains Unclear
FOR MUHAMMAD ALI, WHO DIED AT age 74 after suffering from Parkinson’s disease, there couldn’t have been a crueler condition to haunt his later years. For the self-proclaimed Greatest, known for his ability to float like a butterfly around his opponen
- Nov 25 20162 minutes
New Skin Patch Protects Against Peanut Allergy Attacks
The patch is the size of a quarter and delivers small amounts of peanut protein through the skin.
- Dec 1 20162 minutes
At Peace in the Sun
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C., 1989: The skies were blue, the water warm. It was the best vacation ever. We spread out beach towels, slathered ourselves in suntan lotion, and basked in the sun. We ran into the ocean, holding hands and screaming, “Jump, ju
- Oct 17 20162 minutes
THE CELEBRITY CHEF, 50, SHARES HER TIPS FOR FEELING BEAUTIFUL BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER A BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS
- Oct 17 20161 minute
New Frontiers in Breast Cancer
TERRIFYING AS THE C WORD CAN BE, breast cancer today means something very different than it did a decade ago. Doctors know more than ever about what causes cancer in the first place and when it’s best to screen for the disease as well as which cancer
- Sep 12 20162 minutes
Magician Criss Angel Saving My Son
WHEN HIS 2-YEAR-OLD WAS DIAGNOSED WITH LEUKEMIA, THE SHOWMAN FOUND A CAUSE: FIGHTING PEDIATRIC CANCER
- Aug 13 20133 minutes
Bring Out Your (Very Infrequent) Dead!
If you imagine the bubonic plague, based on what you learned as a kid, you probably imagine something similar to Pieter Bruegel’s 1562 painting, The Triumph of Death. Dead bodies in piles. Helpless civilians sprawled on the ground in anguish. Panicke
- Sep 19 20132 minutes
Medical Terms That Still Bear the Mark of the Third Reich
Dr. Hans Reiter achieved the one thing most likely to keep a physician’s name in textbooks forever: He got an illness named after him. While working as a medic in the German army in World War I, he once treated a case of simultaneous inflammation in