Published November 24, 2010
Most people will overindulge this Thanksgiving, stuffing their bellies with everything from mashed potatoes and gravy to several slices of apple pie. And while it certainly tastes good going down, what follows afterwards may have you reaching for a bottle of antacid instead of a second helping
Published October 26, 2010
After being severely injured in Iraq, Army Sgt. Damon Warren could barely get around. But thanks to a NASA-inspired treadmill, and a lot of hard work, Damon is well on his way to a full recovery
Published October 15, 2010
An alcohol-laced energy drink equivalent to at least three beers, a can of Red Bull and a shot of espresso has prompted a New Jersey college to ban the drink after nearly two dozen students were hospitalized for alcohol intoxication
Published October 12, 2010
If you feel nervous getting into an MRI machine – just imagine how the 33 trapped Chilean miners will feel when they climb inside the custom built rescue-capsule that will pull them up to safety through more than 2,000 feet of jagged earth
Published October 01, 2010
Ricochet was supposed to be a service dog - but her natural instincts and love of the ocean took this pooch in another direction. And now, she's helping countless people by getting on a surfboard and riding the waves
Published August 17, 2010
When Kyle Johnson fell off his longboard - smashing his skull in more than 10 places - his chances of survival were very slim. But one neurosurgeon took a chance and performed a "last ditch" procedure on Kyle that led in his miraculous recovery.
Published August 10, 2010
It was almost a year ago when the H1N1 virus took a choke hold over college and university campuses across the country.
Published July 08, 2010
As intense scrutiny continues to plague Lindsay Lohan while she prepares to serve a 90-day jail sentence – attention has now turned to what’s inside her medicine cabinet.
Published June 22, 2010
Surgeons at Stony Brook University Medical Center on Long Island, N.Y., amputated a woman's big toe on her left foot and replaced her missing thumb.
Published June 16, 2010
For Tim Howard the goalkeeper for the U.S. soccer team in this years World Cup tournament Tourette's is a disorder that he has never let get in the way of his dreams