Published September 22, 2013
Playing video games never used to be a workout. But with new technology making the player a part of the action, they’re helping some multiple sclerosis patients get fit and decrease the symptoms of their disease
Published September 17, 2013
Ever wonder what it's like to go to medical school? Check out how one of the nation's top programs is training the doctors of the future
Published November 13, 2012
For 53-year-old Long Beach resident Frank Murtagh, the experience of Hurricane Sandy was much different than most, as he had to be lifted into an attic crawl space by family members when his home filled with water. And that was only the beginning of his struggles. Here is Frank's story, as well as a list of charities and resources you can use to help Sandy victims still in need
Published October 08, 2012
Online daters aren’t the only ones being emotionally duped by Internet fraudsters. A modern version of an old psychiatric disorder is emerging from within social networks and online support groups called Munchausen by Internet
Published May 30, 2012
It's hard to imagine anyone wanting to lose a limb. But for people living with Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID), it’s a burning desire that haunts them every day of their lives
Published October 05, 2011
Despite a liver transplant two years ago, the slow-moving form of pancreatic cancer that afflicted Apple Inc's co-founder Steve Jobs most likely came back or spread, ultimately claiming his life, according to medical experts
Published March 24, 2011
There are so many medications out there to treat acid reflux, but how do you know which one is right for your condition? We talked to a specialist to find out.
Published February 04, 2011
As the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers prepare to take the field for Super Bowl XLV, many football fans are wondering if there are any lingering effects from multiple concussions that sidelined Green Bay’s quarterback, Aaron Rodgers this season. A neurologist on the NFL's medical commission weighs in
Published February 03, 2011
Did you know that hearty meals can also be healthy? Surprisingly enough, some of your favorite "guy foods" may be good for you...
Published June 24, 2010
More than two months after the April 20 BP oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, experts are still trying to determine what the health effects will be on the workers who are struggling to clean up the biggest oil spill in American history.