Dr. Maria Simbra
Medicine puts 3D printing to work, making joint replacements, tissue and cartilage, skull, skin, and organs.
For women with thinning bones, it’s a different option.
This season’s high weed pollen count is making some allergy sufferers miserable.
Parkinson’s disease robs people of their mobility. Now, a new therapy offered at a local hospital is helping them get some of that mobility back.
You see protein touted on all kinds of products these days. It’s being added to everything from tortilla chips to English muffins to breakfast cereal.
For breast cancer survivors, there’s always a fear that the cancer will return. Many of them take medicine, sometimes for years, that helps prevent recurrence; but that medicine also carries risks for other problems.
Quenching your thirst has become complicated. Many drinks claim health benefits, such as replenishing electrolytes and boosting your vitamin intake. Consumer Reports looked at 20 beverages to help you decide which ones to sip and which to skip.
Do children do too much homework in elementary school?
You may not think it’s anything, but sometimes seemingly innocent issues can point to hidden health problems.
Poison ivy is a pain and there’s nothing worse than when you think it’s just about cleared up and it re-appears.
How do you discipline your children, and does it work?
What if knee surgery was more precise, customized from patient to patient, and had a speedy recovery? Some doctors are now using robots designed specifically for knee replacements.
The problem with most skin treatments is they just don’t last. Now, a new breakthrough could change that, but it’ll cost you.
Young people are facing a life-threatening problem – all because of a drink that’s completely legal.
Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that affects millions of Americans, and while there is no cure, new research is happening every day.