New Treatment Takes Targeted Approach To PsoriasisThere's a new treatment targeting the cause of psoriasis. For many people, it's clearing up their skin completely.
New Study Examines Anti-Inflammatory Medicines And Heart RisksFor aches and pains, headache and fever, people will take anti-inflammatory drugs -- for example Advil, Aleve, Motrin -- all available over the counter.
Awake Surgeries Offer Quicker, Cheaper Option For PatientsDo you need surgery for something simple, but have been putting it off because you don't want to be put under? There's a new solution.
New Eczema Treatment Offering Relief To PatientsThere's a new treatment for eczema, that's offering relief to patients.
Recommendations Changing Slightly For Prostate Cancer ScreeningA few years ago, experts said the test was doing men more harm than good and advised doctors to not do it. Now, that is changing ever so slightly.
Have Spring Allergies? Act Now To Reduce EffectsIf spring allergies are affecting you already, there are things you can do to nip them in the bud.
New Research Finds Possible Link Between Sinus Problems & DepressionNew research suggests that chronic sinus problems may be linked to depression.
Key To Fighting Cancer May Lie In GermsA year ago, Audra Katz was diagnosed with breast cancer. But before she got treatment, she gave researchers a stash of her germs.
Pulmonary Hypertension Can Present Pregnancy Challenges For Mom & BabyJoy Lauver has a life-threatening lung condition called pulmonary hypertension, which made her pregnancy extremely tricky for doctors.
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.