Newly-Approved Device Eliminates AFib Patients' Need For Blood ThinnersA newly approved device could be used as an alternative to blood thinners for some atrial fibrillation patients.
Study Suggests Speed Training App Could Help Prevent Dementia; Specialist SkepticalIs there anything you can do to prevent dementia? A recent study suggests, you need speed.
New 3D Technique Helping To Diagnose Breast Cancer In Some WomenThere is a new technique helping to diagnose breast cancer. It's called automated breast ultrasound -- ABUS, for short.
Smart Curve Mammogram Offers New, Improved Way Of Imaging BreastUniversity Hospitals in Cleveland started a study of a new, improved way of imaging the breast, that would be more comfortable for patients without sacrificing results.
Researchers Working On Portable, Life-Saving Food Allergen DetectorWhat if there was a way to know if the food you're eating might cause an allergic reaction? Researchers are working on a potentially life-saving device.
Parkinson’s Patients Seeing Improvements Through Boxing TherapyThere may be a new treatment for people with Parkinson’s disease and it involves the gym.
FDA Approves Fast, Painless Way To Diagnose Liver IssuesA new way to diagnose liver issues promises to be fast, painless and effective.
New Option Could Help Prevent Kids From Getting Food AllergiesWhat if there was something you could do now to stop your kids from ever getting food allergies?
New, Easy Way To Meet The Right Doctor For You & Your FamilyThere's a fast and easy new way to find the best doctor for you and your family.
Anesthesia Wand Makes Dentist Visits Less Stressful For PatientsA big, scary needle is not a welcome sight at the dentist's office, and it can cause a lot of stress at later visits.
Study: 'Hypoallergenic' Moisturizer Labels May Not Be AccurateA study has found that moisturizers labeled "hypoallergenic" or "fragrance-free" may still contain an ingredient that could cause a skin reaction.
Sleep Specialist Alarmed By Lack Of Sleep Apnea Screening Requirements For Truck DriversShould people with commercial driver's licenses be screened for sleep apnea?