Dr. Maria Simbra
What if you could help improve your vision while you’re sleeping? There’s a new option that’s not as drastic or permanent as surgery and it can even help kids.
It’s one of the most popular drinks among children. In recent years, many parents and consumer groups have expressed their concern about arsenic in apple juice.
A lot of people get heartburn, but for some, it gets worse with time. Now, local doctors might be close to a revolutionary new treatment.
Seven years ago, Erika Schneider had twins born two and a half months early. She wanted to breastfeed, but the stress of having two babies in intensive care prevented her.
Greek yogurt is gaining in popularity, but is it any better for you than regular yogurt? That might not always be the case.
It’s all fun in the sun until the hassle of sunscreen.
Acne is an age-old condition that many teens and older children face, but there are now new guidelines to treat it.
Just as trauma centers are designated by level — with a level one trauma center being the most proficient — hospitals are getting stroke designations as well by the Joint Commission, a hospital accrediting body.
The nation’s largest medical group has just recognized obesity as a disease.
Could air pollution be the cause of autism?
Canadian researchers think they have the answer for why women eventually hit menopause: men.
Clues as to whether drugs to prevent breast cancer will work can be found in your genes.
Could the key to weight loss be in the brain? That’s what drug makers are banking on with the FDA approval of new drugs designed to make you think you’re full.
Many people have varicose veins and most people think they’re just unsightly. However, they can also lead to serious problems and getting rid of them isn’t always easy. Now, there’s an easier solution to make your legs look and feel dramatically better.
Niko Stevens loves playing with his big brother, Shawn. Niko is 3. He is autistic and doesn’t speak.