Dr. Maria Simbra
If you regularly worked night shift, even if you’re retired now and keep a normal daytime schedule, you’re at higher risk of a common disease: diabetes.
A strain of super lice is going around local schools this year. They’re not your average lice because these are resistant to the usual treatments.
Grandmother, wife and artist Joan Esposito has breast cancer — a specific kind called “HER-2 positive.”
Autumn can be a rough time for allergy sufferers. If you’re one of them, there are some simple steps that you can take to keep your allergies under control and those steps start right in your own home.
Foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids are supposed to have many health benefits, especially for your heart and brain. But a new study suggests the benefits for your memory might be a bit overrated.
After a concussion, how do you get the information from the field to the doctor’s office? An app is taking information right from the field, court or rink and putting it directly in doctors’ hands.
Can breast cancer recurrence be predicted? Typically doctors use tumor size, spread, and what it looks like under the microscope.
A new blood test may one day be able to tell whether an infection is bacterial or viral.
Joy Taylor is about to have a lumpectomy. Her doctor is using a new FDA-approved device that helps breast cancer patients avoid additional surgery.
Imagine being told your loved one has suddenly died. You want to donate his or her organs, but because organ harvesting is not an emergency, you might have to wait, and wait for an open operating suite.
Liver disease that can be seen in alcoholics is now being seen in children, but it’s not from alcohol.
For hospitals, the third week of September is one of the busiest weeks of the year.
The usual way doctors choose cancer drugs is based on what works on the majority of people. But, the majority isn’t everybody, but that approach may be changing.
For years, conventional wisdom has suggested that wisdom teeth have to be removed. However, some experts say that no one should have their wisdom teeth pulled.
Ragweed allergy sufferers, there’s a reason you might be sneezing right now: the pollen is near its peak.