Researchers Look To Gold To Help Combat Prostate CancerWe're used to seeing gold in our jewelry, but what about in medicine? More specifically -- cancer medicine.
Boot Camp Offers Crash Course For Caregivers Of People With Alzheimer's, DementiaAlzheimer's disease is a tragedy for both the patient and for family members tasked with caring for the person with dementia.
Tips On Cooling The Burn After Too Much Fun In The SunEven after years of telling people to use sunscreen, sunburns still seem to be pretty common. 
Doctors In Brazil Treat Severe Burns Using Fish SkinSome centers are testing the technique because they don't have access to enough of the bandages that are common in the United States.
Couple Swaps Wedding Registry For Bone Marrow Registry, Asks Guests To Become DonorsFrom day one, Bill Begal knew his bride was his match. But the Institute for Justice says about 3,000 people died each year because they can’t find their match.
Tiny Implant Revolutionizes Way Doctors Can Treat Chronic Nerve PainThe newly approved chronic pain blocker is very different from others and treats different types of pain.
Experimental Stem Cell Treatment Might Reverse Symptoms Of Multiple SclerosisThere's potentially exciting news for the two and a half million people around the world struggling with multiple sclerosis.
Long Island Medical Experts Use 3-D Printing To Help Veteran Amputee Swim AgainU.S. Marine Dan Lasko had a prosthetic leg that worked pretty well, except when he wanted to swim and play with his kids in the pool.
Combating A Cold Or Allergies? How To Find The Right Medicine For ReliefThere's a pretty good chance you're either using the wrong ones or using them incorrectly.
Moderate Exercise May Be Safe & Beneficial For Pregnant Women, Study SaysHistorically, expectant mothers were advised against exercise, because it might be risky for the fetus. Now, those recommendations are changing.
Newly Approved Procedure Relieves Stiff, Sore Knees By Replacing Lost CartilagePainful knees are usually due to osteoarthritis -- the loss of cartilage on the ends of bones from wear and tear, injury or sometimes disease,
Swimming Helps Kids With Asthma Stay Active Without Straining LungsChildren with asthma have a tough time staying in shape, because exercise can sometimes trigger attacks.

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