A cancer clinic in our region now offers a newer type of treatment for ovarian cancer.
Weekend warriors use high tech and sometimes unorthodox methods to boost their performance.
A new test is making diagnosis of Parkinson's more accurate by showing it in the brain.
A local mom worries that a shortage of a leukemia drug could put her young son's life in danger.
A new spin on an old procedure may help a young skater achieve his Olympic dream.
The FDA has approved a new drug for Cystic Fibrosis.
Doctors are using a new ultrasound procedure to give patients with tremors, a steady hand.
Researchers are attacking genetic mutations that cause lung cancer in non-smokers.
A hospital in our region is the first in the state to offer a new treatment for severe asthma.
Women are more than likely than men to show up at a hospital without chest pain, but still be in the midst of a heart attack.
Jet engines taught a doctor how to restore a woman's damaged vocal chords.
A therapy being tested in dogs could help treat Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, the most common fatal genetic disease of children.
New medical devices and procedures can help you get back on your feet pain-free, more quickly.
Antibiotics appear to be useless in the fight against most sinus infections.
Some insomniacs are turning to counseling to help sleeping.
A new version of an infant vaccine seems to be safer for babies than a previous one, pulled from the market in 1999.
What was once just Sci-fi is turning young competitors into better, stronger, faster athletes
Researchers have developed a new early warning system that could save you from one of the leading killers of men and women.
Every minute in the United States, someone's wife, mother, daughter or sister dies from heart disease, stroke or other cardiovascular problem.
A new type of scan may be able to quickly identify PTSD and lead to earlier treatment.
Nearly one in four women who undergo a partial mastectomy for treatment of breast cancer have another surgery.
A science lab is taking stem cell technology another step into the future.
Doctors are using 3-D technology to plan and perform surgery.
A new 3-D option for surgeons is cutting recovery time for knee replacement patients
Experts say as many as one in five prescriptions in the U.S. is used for something it's not approved for by the FDA, and it's perfectly legal.
Drugs to treat acid reflux disease may not help children with uncontrolled asthma
Doctors are using a new blood test to diagnose rheumatoid arthritis before patients show symptoms.
A new study finds that gastric bypass surgery may help more patients lose weight than than the gastric banding procedure.
An area man, diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer last year, says his doctors are now ecstatic about his condition.
A new drug may make surgery safer for people who've had coronary stents implanted.
Doctors are using a new type of stitching to relieve acid reflux disease.
Judy Kerns lost her head in a car accident and she's still alive.
A simple therapy for chronic chest pain is giving relief to some patients.
An area kindergartner takes the effects of a disabling birth defect in stride.
A national study suggests marijuana may be less harmful to the lungs than exposure to tobacco.