Dr. Maria Simbra
The regularly scheduled pap smear — for many women, it’s a routine part of getting a checkup.
Could a headband be a fix for migraines?
David Larson, 65, was first diagnosed with borderline high blood pressure, or pre-hypertension, in his mid-20s.
You’ve heard of smartphones, but how about smart clothes?
Pamela Lennon was just 15 when she woke up on Christmas Day with the telltale signs of a lifelong disease.
Abby Parkes needed a caesarean section to deliver her son, Lucas. It was a decision she did not take lightly.
After injuries from gymnastics and dance when she was younger, Linda Morning-Starpoole was having terrible knee pain.
Kris Letang’s stroke is thought to be related to a hole in his heart.
When Anne-Marie Conlan was pregnant with her first child, she was rushed to the hospital at 37 weeks with pre-eclampsia.
Princess Diana, Mariah Carey, Bill Clinton, W.C. Fields — ever notice the redness or bumpiness in their skin? It’s called Rosacea, a collection of signs and symptoms that affects up to one in 10 Americans.
Computers, tablets, cell phones – is all this focusing on tiny electronic devices taking a toll on our childrens’ eyes?
Could a certain kind of brain imaging called high definition fiber tracking help diagnose concussion and assess recovery?
Wilma Fisher enjoyed walking with her family, but last August, when she couldn’t do it anymore, she knew something was wrong.
Doctors say radioactive seeds are making surgery more efficient for women with a small breast tumor.
Machines that you strap on at night, appliances you wear in your mouth, even surgeries to remove throat tissue — all measures people have resorted to because of sleep apnea.