Cleveland Clinic Says Nation's First Uterus Transplant Has Failed“We are saddened to share that our patient, Lindsey, recently experienced a sudden complication that led to the removal of her transplanted uterus," the Cleveland Clinic said in a statement.
Doctors At Cleveland Clinic Perform First Uterus TransplantIn a statement Thursday, the Cleveland Clinic said the nine-hour surgery was performed a day earlier on a 26-year-old woman, using a uterus from a deceased donor.
Smartphone Apps May Be Convenient, But They Can Also Be AddictingSome apps can be lifesavers, but others can be time wasters that leave you disconnected from the world.
Study: 'Young Blood' Could Be New Fountain Of YouthIt may sound like something out of the movies, but “young blood” could be the key to reversing aging, according to experts.
Acupuncture May Offer Relief To Knee Pain SufferersOrthopedic surgeons said the pain can be the result of strained ligaments, cartilage tears or osteoarthritis.
Dr. Max Gomez: Growing 'Water Birth' Trend May Be UnsafeTwo major doctors' groups have said that a growing trend that involves giving birth in a tub of warm water is not good for babies and could even be dangerous.
Study: Alzheimer's Affecting More Elderly Than Previously ThoughtThe memory-robbing disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, however, the study suggests its impact may actually be on par with cancer and heart disease.
Dr. Max Gomez: It's Pink Eye Season -- And The Virus Is Very ContagiousWe don't have to tell you that we're in the thick of cold and flu season. But we're also in the middle of pink eye season -- the time of the year when people get that awful, itchy and goopy eye infection.
Dr. Max Gomez: Shingles And Higher Risk For StrokeA new study has been released by British researchers that closely links herpes zoster, also known as shingles, with a higher risk for a heart attack or stroke.
Seen At 11: Telling Tough Truths May Be Easier Via Text If you want a truthful answer from someone you may want to ask the question via text message.
New Lupus Drug Benlysta Offers Long-Awaited HopeThe FDA today approved the first new drug to treat lupus in over 50 years, a milestone that medical experts say could prompt development of other drugs that are even more effective in treating the debilitating immune system disorder.