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.
Surgical Procedure Can Reduce Pain, Improve Mobility For Children With Cerebral PalsyThere is no cure for cerebral palsy, but there are treatments that can reduce pain and movement difficulties for children.
Robot Helps Schoolchildren With Autism CopeThere is a new high-tech tool that helps kids with autism learn – in the form of a human-like robot.
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.
Medical Grade Cement May Help Cancer Patients Whose Disease Has Spread To The SpinePain relief could be on the way for thousands of cancer patients whose disease has spread to the spine.
Botox For Frown Lines May Be Effective For Treating DepressionUsing Botox to get rid of frown lines may be an effective treatment for depression, a test shows.
Researchers Use ‘Eye Trackers’ To Study Language Development In Kids With Cochlear ImplantsWhile the devices can restore some level of hearing, many of these children can still fall behind in language skills.
Artificial Pancreas Simplifies Life For Connecticut Teen With Type 1 DiabetesA major advance has been made for people with diabetes. It's an artificial pancreas to help diabetics regulate their blood sugar.
Experts Divided Over New Prostate Cancer Screening RecommendationsProstate cancer mortality dropped nearly 40 percent over the last decade, which many medical professionals attribute largely to early detection with the PSA blood test.
Hamilton Heights Boy Nearly Paralyzed As Infection Spreads Through BodyA terrifying close call for a Hamilton Heights family has turned into a warning for parents.
UCLA Doctors Have New Approach To Treating Gelastic 'Giggling' EpilepsyThere are few things parents love to hear more than the sound of their children laughing.
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.