People who get migraines know they can be debilitating.
A second American aid worker infected with Ebola has arrived in the United States.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has claimed over 700 lives. Should we be worried about virus reaching the United States?
Cystic fibrosis destroyed Jon Sacker’s lungs, and he was rejecting his first transplant.
Instead of taking aspirin, some people are turning to IV therapy to cure a hangover.
For type 2 diabetes, how about a shot that’s just once a week? The FDA is considering a medicine that would be a weekly shot. And it’s not insulin.
Chronic pain, like the kind associated with arthritis, not only hurts, but can also be frustrating and depressing when it limits your ability to do the things you used to do.
Could a headband be a fix for migraines?
After injuries from gymnastics and dance when she was younger, Linda Morning-Starpoole was having terrible knee pain.
Winter weather is not just tough on our cars, roads and pipes, it can also take a toll on our bodies and minds.
Princess Diana, Mariah Carey, Bill Clinton, W.C. Fields — ever notice the redness or bumpiness in their skin? It’s called Rosacea, a collection of signs and symptoms that affects up to one in 10 Americans.
Machines that you strap on at night, appliances you wear in your mouth, even surgeries to remove throat tissue — all measures people have resorted to because of sleep apnea.
Charges have been filed against a Darlington woman accused of shaking a baby from Ellwood City.
Susan Talbert does not have breast cancer, but she is at high risk of getting the disease.
In one of the biggest advances against leukemia and other blood cancers in many years, doctors are reporting unprecedented success by using gene therapy to transform patients’ blood cells into soldiers that seek and destroy cancer.