An already-approved muscle relaxant may offer relief for U.S. military veterans and first responders suffering from combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Soon, the federal government may require all commercial truckers, bus drivers and railroad workers to undergo screening for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a disease that can...
When the mole on Kristin Nyerges’ neck began to change during pregnancy, the mom-to-be didn’t think much of it.
Ken Dockery’s coaches in high school always made him run extra laps after practice because they thought he was out of shape.
Kevin Williamson has coached every one of his five children’s basketball teams, but in recent years, stage 4 bladder cancer has forced him to sit on the sidelines.
June 19, dads across the country will gather with their families to celebrate the holiday in their honor, but for 66-year-old Joe Swider, Father’s Day is when he runs out of...
Kirk Smith doesn’t care much for the word “awareness”— instead, he prefers the word “hope.”
Five-year-old Mattea Grandaw likes to draw and paint lots of things, including her big sister, 7-year-old Sajen, and her 1-year-old English bulldog, Mikko.
Previous studies have linked regular, long-term use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) to an increased risk of dementia, cardiovascular disease and renal failure, but until now,...
When Medicare at the Dallas hospital where she was working in the late ’90s cut reimbursement for speech language pathologists, Samantha Elandary predicted a new void for the...