Electrical Stimulation Might Help Multiple Sclerosis Patients Fight Cognitive EffectsFor many patients with MS, it's their slowed thinking and information processing that's hardest to cope with.
Former 'Partridge Family' Star David Cassidy Reveals He Suffers From DementiaHe shot to fame as a TV star and music heartthrob, but during recent performances, he had trouble remembering the lyrics he'd sung for 50 years.
Seen At 11: Feeling Out Of Sorts? It Might Be Something In Your SaladExperts say there's something metallic lurking in those foods, in our water, and elsewhere that could be making us feel miserable.
If You Wear Contact Lenses, You Probably Have A Bad Habit That Could Lead To Eye InfectionThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that 99 percent of contact lens wearers surveyed reported at least one behavior that puts them at risk for a contact lens-related eye infection.
Health Watch: Can Medical Devices Be Attacked By Hackers?The FDA has issued an alert warning health providers to discontinue use of some specific IV pumps due to their susceptibility to cybersecurity attacks.
Seen At 11: Hypnotizing The Pain AwayNow, hypnosis may help relieve pain, including severe headaches and migraines.
Conn. Officials Say Mosquitoes In East Haven Test Positive For West NileOfficials in Connecticut are warning residents after mosquitoes tested positive for West Nile virus in East Haven.
Seen At 11: Butter Making A Comeback As New Study Suggests Health BenefitsResearchers from the University of Cambridge in England found butter and other fats like it may not be as bad for us as once thought, and may even have some health benefits.
Experts Urge Caution Before Trying 'Elimination Diet' The latest diet craze has people cutting entire food groups out of their diets in an effort to cure a variety of ailments, often without the guidance of a health professional.
Seen At 11: Woman Says Liposuction Saved Her Eyesight Most people get liposuction for a skinnier figure, but one woman says it stopped her from going blind.
N.Y. State Suggests HIV Tests For 13-Year-Olds, Sex Ed In Elementary SchoolOne in four adolescents is likely to acquire a sexually transmitted disease, according to the first ever Youth Sexual Health Plan released by New York State.
The MERS Outbreak: Is The Government Doing Enough?The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.