Dr. Max Gomez
Fear of pain is a big part of dental-phobia and can lead to avoidance and possible health problems.
One year ago as superstorm Sandy roared ashore, NYU Langone Medical Center in Gramercy was among the facilities left crippled. But for some expectant mothers, their babies were coming regardless of the conditions.
Doctors of the World USA has opened a free clinic in Rockaway Park to treat residents even if they don’t have health insurance.
The FDA said Tuesday that 3,600 dogs and 10 cats have suffered from illnesses related to the treats and nearly 600 of those pets have died.
Your flu shot may be protecting you from more than just the flu. It could also protect you against the number one killer of Americans.
Dr. Angela Christiano and colleagues at Columbia University Medical Center have for the first time been able to grow new human hair follicles from a handful of cells in the lab.
A simple electrical stimulator could control the pain from the headaches.
As the New York City Marathon approaches thousands of runners are getting into major training mode.
EMS techs in Spain gave heart attack patients an IV of a long approved beta blocker called Metoprolol and the results were dramatic.
Fungal cells hide inside human cells, making it difficult to find and stop them. But the researchers discovered a way to mark the fungus so as it grows, it glows bright red.
You only have to go to one of the many dog runs in the city to find people with opinions on the mental capabilities of their pets.
Sepsis, once known as blood poisoning, is an infection that spreads through the body and lead to massive inflammation, organ failure, and death, sometimes within hours.
Cocaine is one of the most addictive of all drugs. And an estimated 1.5 million Americans are hooked on it. But what if there were a vaccine that could help people kick their drug habit?
Millions of men and women over the age of 50 suffer from dry eye symptoms every year. Now, ophthalmologists say they are seeing younger patients walk into their offices.
Some breast cancers require less surgery. Some spread when they are tiny and others may be treatable in whole new ways.