While wisdom and knowledge may increase with age, memory and thinking skills can begin to decline.
Are older American men with prostate cancer receiving the very best treatment?
A new way to diagnose and fight cancer using robots.
The new gel that could change the lives of those who need a limb transplant.
Stem cells could offer hope for people who can't walk.
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How much is too much when it comes to athletes and perfecting their sports?
Seven minutes to a better body?
Flu season still isn't over, and a new strain of flu virus has taken over to make people miserable in the early days of spring, federal officials said Friday.
What is called the everywhere chemical is posing a new threat to pregnant women.
If you prepare the Easter baskets for your kids, there are ways to make them healthier.
Starbucks has jumped on the kale bandwagon.
We pick away at dental myths.
Chronic pain affects one third of Americans or about 133 million people.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is investigating a confirmed case of measles in Stillwater located in Payne County. This is the first confirmed case in Oklahoma since 1997.
Putting new learning styles to the test, when you're getting new information.
Forget blood transfusions, scientists discover a new way to save lives.
By now most people have seen or heard of the graphic anti-smoking ads from the Centers for Disease Control.
In recent years, the Public Health District and other organizations, have pushed for a healthier community. From anti-smoking measures to campaigns to reduce obesity and heart disease, is it actually showing results?
Human stem cells are helping mice with a condition like Multiple Sclerosis walk again!