Clues as to whether drugs to prevent breast cancer will work can be found in your genes.
When you hear about acne, you might think it’s a problem that only teenagers battle. But a lot of adults get it, too. And it’s just as embarrassing and frustrating, perhaps more so.
New research shows dementia is more costly than heart disease or cancer.
The debate has raged for years about stem cells, but Butler County Veterinarian Mike Hutchinson is completely sold on their effectiveness.
Former President George H.W. Bush has been a patient at Houston Methodist Hospital since Nov. 23 and in the intensive care unit since Dec. 23 with a persistent fever.
Are vitamins and asthma related? Previous studies show that lung function is worse in asthmatic children with a vitamin D deficiency, even when treated with inhaled steroids.
Doctors have found a new way to diagnose and treat arthritis, and the technology is saving doctors and patients both time and money.
Doctors in Britain say a radical new treatment for Parkinson’s disease could improve the lives of millions who suffer from the disease.
The FDA has approved a new laser device that promises long-lasting treatment for cellulite. Marianne Piland is healthy and fit, but there is one thing she doesn’t like about her body.
For women with a type of breast cancer called ductal carcinoma in situ, or DCIS, a new test is available to help guide treatment and determine if radiation is the proper course of action.
From your head to your back to your legs, no matter where it is when you have a pain, you just want it to stop. But did you know there’s a whole list of things you should never do to treat pain?
You’ve probably heard of lasers being used to get rid of unwanted hair, but a new laser therapy that promises to re-grow hair is getting a lot of attention.
Many people deal with knee pain and go through a variety of ways to treat it. Now, a new procedure could prevent surgery and still keep you active.
Summer is right around the corner and so is the humidity and bad hair days for women with frizzy, naturally curly hair. But some local women are raving about a new version of a smoothing treatment that keeps hair straight and manageable for months. It was called the Brazilian Blowout Zero.
There’s a new, less-invasive treatment to get rid of unsightly and painful varicose veins.