What if you could make your holiday meals healthier, without sacrificing your favorite foods?
DVT impacts two million people a year in the U.S. and most people know nothing about it or its risks.
Two hundred fifteen thousand kids and adults are currently living with this type of diabetes.
Each week Sunday a Golden-Doodle visits this Mayo Clinic radiation oncology waiting room. His job? To cheer up everyone he meets!
How to choose safe supplements.
At least 100 million American adults - more than the total affected by heart disease, cancer, and diabetes combined - are affected by chronic pain.
From using soothing sounds that help you relax, to tracking your sleep patterns, these apps claim they can help you get a better night's sleep.
A spider, a spiny headed worm and a porcupine. Turns out, their secrets to survival could mean less pain for patients.
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center are testing the effectiveness of this treatment on patients with early-stage prostate cancer.
While most stones will pass on their own, larger stones can be life-threatening.
Each year, about 700-thousand people undergo the laser surgery used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and stigmatism, but many are still skeptical.
Integrative medicine physician Gregory Plotnikoff says what happens in your stomach can impact your entire body.
New research reveals a possible cause and cure for patients who experience chronic pain throughout their body.
More than a million people are sent to the hospital each year from kidney stones and once you've had one, your chances of getting them again are about 75 percent.
Initial results show that more than 80-percent of patients either went into a complete or near-complete remission or were close to it.
A new study is suggesting that middle aged women who suffer with depression are at an increased risk of having a stroke.
Emory orthopedic specialists take the stem cells from a patient's own bone marrow, process them, and inject them back into the patients joint, causing the pain to go away.
A new procedure fights arthritis by taking stem cells from a patient's own bone marrow and inject them back into the patient's joint.
Researchers say a special type of stem cell may be the key to repairing hearts that can no longer pump enough blood to meet the body's needs.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University are using robots to teach children how to focus on people and objects in their environment.