Move over, estrogen. There's a new theory that helps explain why men are more likely than women to get heart disease. A new study shows that some men may inherit a higher risk for heart disease directly from their fathers. The finding is significant in the world of genetics because ...
Is your doctor always telling you the truth? Maybe not, according to a survey on doctor honesty. More than 1,800 doctors nationwide answered anonymously. "Fifty-five percent said in the last year they described a patient's prognosis in a more positive way than was warranted," says researcher Lisa Iezzoni, MD, director ...
9-year-old Maine girl Alannah Shevenell is home after successfully undergoing a rare six-ogran transplant
An Australian surfer has survived an attack by a shark in the city of Gosford, north of Sydney.
New research links memory loss to a type of stroke suffered by nearly 25 percent of older adults.
A Florida woman’s face caught fire during a surgery to remove cysts from her face.
A breast specialist shares how one can develop breast cancer despite eating right and exercising daily.
A Japanese university has developed technology that allows users to control wheelchair movement by facial muscles.
A high school in Arizona banned a cheerleading squad from raising money for breast cancer research while wearing pink t-shirts because the administration found the slogan on the t-shirts objectionable, according to the Arizona Republic newspaper. The shirts say "Gilbert cheer" on the front -- as in, Gilbert High School ...
Vanessa Echols, Honorary Chairman for the Central FLorida RACE FOR THE CURE talks to Good Morning America Anchor Robin Roberts about her breast cancer journey.