New Treatment Helping More Women Survive Ovarian CancerEvery year, nearly 22,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and more than 14,000 die from it.
Inhaled Insulin Is Quick & Easy To Use, But Is It A Game-Changer?For some people with diabetes, injecting insulin is the only way to keep their blood sugars under control. What if there was another way?
Tiny New Device Helping Glaucoma PatientsLori Karavolis, a 49-year-old nurse and mother of four, was in danger of losing her eyesight.
New Device Helping Diabetics Track Blood Sugar Without FingersticksNew mom Samantha Loshelder has Type 1 diabetes. Her pancreas has stopped making insulin, a hormone needed for processing sugar.
Sinus 'Balloon' Promises Better Breathing, Fewer Sinus InfectionsFor many people, the symptoms of sinusitis are familiar.
Little-Known & Treatable Brain Condition Mimics Alzheimer'sDoctors say thousands of patients have been misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, or Alzheimer’s when they actually have a very treatable condition.
Early Exposure Could Lead To Increased Asthma RiskWhen it comes to asthma risk, some things that affect you when you're just a baby may play a part.
Cold Cap Treatment Could Help Prevent Hair Loss During ChemotherapySome breast cancer patients are turning to cooling caps during chemotherapy to hopefully limit hair loss.
New Synthetic Cartilage Being Used To Treat Common Foot ArthritisDoctors are starting to use a new procedure to treat a common form of arthritis in the foot.
Doctors Turn To Topical Cream To Treat Common Skin CancerThe cream, initially developed for warts, harnesses the immune system to fight the skin cancer.
Frozen Shoulder Patients Getting Relief Without Needing SurgeryFor those who suffer from "frozen shoulder," there is a way to treat it without surgery.
Common Sleep Disorder Leaves People 'Paralyzed' & TerrifiedImagine being deep in a good night's sleep only to wake up scared out of your wits and seemingly paralyzed.