Training the body's immune system to fight melanoma.
Scientists say they have cracked the code and have created a compound that destroys cells that make you sick.
A new treatment is helping a young boy deal with dystonia.
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Removing a brain tumor can be tricky for surgeons and painful for patients. Now there’s a new way to take out these lesions as surgeons are using the nose as a pathway to the brain.
Some women just can’t lose weight and for the estimated 11 percent of women with a chronic disorder, diet and exercise won’t help at all.
Open-heart surgery is the gold standard for patients with severe aortic stenosis, but a recently published report in the New England Journal of Medicine confirms what researchers had earlier suspected.
Every two seconds in the United States, someone needs blood.
Acid reflux disease, a condition commonly known as “GERD”, affects about one-third of Americans.
Atrial fibrillation affects about 2.7 million Americans.
A new way to lengthen legs for patients who are in pain.
Facial prosthetics are now virtually undistinguishable.
Top tips for shaving your sugar intake.
More and more kids are dealing with sports injuries.
The debate over raw food is heating up.
Young adults with autism are getting help with life skills and a head start on their careers.
From swallowing tapeworms to eating baby food extreme diets are taking center plate.
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