Indiana doctor who witnessed Ebola outbreak first-hand describes his experience.
What we need to know about the Ebola virus and why there is no reason for Americans to panic.
A 28-year-old Multiple Sclerosis patient shows great improvement after receiving a stem cell treatment at Northwestern University.
Rare stroke leaves firefighter paralyzed and unable to speak, but new technology is helping him reconnect with the world.
Surgeon General issues call to action in face of rising skin cancer rates.
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Pay attention to what you're drinking this summer to prevent dehydration.
New study finds slow and steady can win the race when it comes to your heart.
Social media can put many pressures on teens to look a certain way.
New study finds running just five minutes each day can prolong your life.
Dogs are known as our best friends and apparently, they don't want you to forget it!
A new study finds the handshake transmits double the amount of bacteria a high five would.
By 2015, each person will spend an average of 15.5 hours per day consuming traditional and digital media.
We are becoming a health conscious society. More people are watching what they eat. And that also means they're watching what their pets munch on, especially when it comes to treats. What's the best morsels for kitty or fido?
Experts will discuss mental health issues, the warning signs of mental illness and the resources available to help.
Do you know your numbers? No, not your lotto picks. Your health statistics. Doctors say the best way to work towards healthy goals is to know where you stand in the medical numbers game. Which four are the most important?
Dr. Michael Roizen, chief medical correspondent for the Dr. Oz show, New York Times best-selling author of Real Age and YOU: Having a Baby, as well as Past Chair of an FDA advisory committee, examines today's diet dos and don'ts and helps you navigate the waters around fatty fish and omega-3 fatty acid consumption.
Video games help young burn victims regain movement.
More than a third of kids and teens in US are overweight but how they view themselves may surprise you.
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Doctors warns mouth guards won't protect young athletes from concussions.
Keeping your skin healthy and youthful doesn't have to drain your bank account.
Terrorism, shootings, international unrest; the world is full of turmoil right now and for some, that's a lot of pressure to handle. But mental health experts say there are ways you can deal with stress so it doesn't become a serious problem.
New research on how we pick our friends, the effects of pill appearance, and reasons to get up and move!
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Wearing high heels can be harmful to our feet and our health.
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If you're a parent of an infant, you probably can't wait to hear those first words. Usually, babies speak when they're about one year old. But new research says they're actually ready to speak much younger than you think.
Doctors have been prescribing Niacin for decades but new research suggests Niacin may contribute to early deaths.
We take a closer look at mosquito bites, to separate fact from fiction.
New 3D mammography gives a better image than a traditional mammogram and especially helps detect cancers in women with dense breast tissue.
"You may cause problems with breathing, problems with excessive sleepiness," Said Diana Ruiz, director of population and community health for Medical Center Health System.
Three things you can do tonight that can make you healthier tomorrow.
What's the Clean 15 and the Dirty Dozen, and What Can It Do for Those Battling Cancer? Carolyn Lammersfeld and Maurie Markman Share Ways to Eat Clean and Recipes That Promote over-All Health.
The Mayo Clinic is testing the safety and effectiveness of taking stem cells from a patient’s own fat and injecting them into their spinal fluid to slow the progressiveness of ALS.
New research finds it is possible to keep the brain healthy through a variety of interventions, including nutrition counseling, exercise, cognitive training, social activities, and heart healthy behaviors.
Doctors are seeing major league pitching injuries on much younger players.
The latest study on obesity takes the word “comfort” right out of comfort foods. Researchers say turning to high fats meals during times of stress may actually make you gain more weight than normal.
Hair professionals can be the first line of defense when it comes to spotting skin cancer.
While thousands of women across the country are engaged in lawsuits against manufacturers of pelvic mesh implants, a Texas group is trying to get the state to take action against a company that makes the medical devices.
Making medical headlines this week, the popularity of hookahs, a possible new recipe for quitting smoking, and new concussion recommendations.
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Warm water helps arthritis patients.
The cost of cancer care is growing at 15-percent a year. But a new study from insurer UnitedHealth Group finds costs can be dramatically cut.
The study also says that the average American loses just more than 11-years of their potential life due to alcohol.
Researchers found that only 27-percent of youth ages 12 to 15 meet the recommended limit of two hours or less in front of a TV or computer.
Drinking a little Joe may help you exercise.
Two recent cases of Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome were confirmed in residents of the Texas Panhandle and South Plains, bringing the years total to three.
Cool wrap therapy helps children with itchy skin condition.
We take you to a sensory playground, aimed at helping special needs kids.