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Formal case counts can take days or weeks as doctors double-check symptoms against CDC guidelines. [Read More]
It's the first intervention that has been clearly demonstrated to lower the risk of developing dementia, researchers say. [Read More]
After a ground-breaking space flight, an identical twin has slightly different genes from his brother. [Read More]
The Food and Drug Administration approved a blood test Wednesday that it says can help diagnose concussions more quickly, without the need for X-rays. [Read More]
The FDA has approved a new blood test to detect concussions, saying it will save many the need to have expensive CT scans. [Read More]
A personalized approach at the Mayo Clinic, is saving lives for often deadly abdominal aortic aneurysms. [Read More]
Who wouldn't want to pretend to be Cirque du Solei performer for a day? [Read More]
Hurricane Harvey Makes for a Quiet Night in Corpus Christi's Fire Station 3... [Read More]
A leading heart doctor discovered a way to use EKG test to predict who's at high risk for a sudden cardiac arrest. [Read More]
Hypnotherapy for heart burn and other gastrointestinal issues may be a viable alternative to medication. [Read More]
'Sewing Machine' Endoscopic Bariatric Surgery Technique Cuts Pounds, Not Skin... [Read More]
The SMILE eye procedure is similar to LASIK in being less invasive, says one doctor. [Read More]
The last five years have been exhausting for Andrea Turner. Lights out for the 69-year-old meant sleeping for a couple of hours before being jolted... [Read More]
As genetic testing increases in availability, here are five important things to consider before sending off your money and saliva. [Read More]
As genetic testing increases in availability, here are five important things to consider before sending off your money and saliva. [Read More]
Relief may be on the horizon for people suffering from migraines. [Read More]
"Magic is unique in that it allows you suspend your disbelief and make you feel that the impossible is possible," Elkin, a third-year medical student... [Read More]
For 8-year-old Leo True-Frost, who has cerebral palsy, the difference means a machine that helps him speak no longer sounds like a robotic man. [Read More]
A Facebook group allows patients and their families to share the latest medical information. [Read More]
Broken heart syndrome, also called stress-induced cardiomyopathy or takotsubo cardiomyopathy, affects even healthy people. [Read More]
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