Study Suggests Possibility Of Male Birth Control, But We’re Not There YetThere was important news Thursday, for couples wanting to avoid pregnancy as a new study suggested that there could be a male version of the birth control pill.
Sharing A Bedroom With Baby For First 6 Months Can Decrease Chances Of SIDS, Experts SayThe American Academy of Pediatrics has revised and updated its recommendations on sleep position and location.
New Procedure Helps Men Who Have Enlarged ProstateThere is a new procedure to help men who go to the bathroom several times a night.
New Procedure Treats Women's Pain Caused By Varicose Veins In PelvisPelvic pain is one of the most common reasons women go to the gynecologist, but it’s often dismissed as cramps, so not much can be done for it.
Study Sheds Light On Why Some Women Experience Hot Flashes While Others Don’tHot flashes and night sweats are some of the most troublesome symptoms women experience as they go through menopause.
Study: Natural IVF Cycles Have Some Significant DisadvantagesSome women trying to conceive are opting for something called “natural” in vitro fertilization.
New Drug May Revolutionize Treatment For Skin Disease EczemaTreatments have not always been great for adults suffering from eczema.
Thanks To New PET Scan, Doctors Can Catch Recurring Cancer Earlier Than EverThat's where a new kind of PET scan comes in. It uses a radioactive tracer called C-11 that is taken up by prostate cancer cells.
Robots Make Long-Lasting Hip, Knee Replacement A Possibility For Young PatientsTotal hip and knee replacements aren't just for your grandparents anymore. Doctors are increasingly doing joint replacement in younger and younger people.
Seen At 11: Minimally Invasive Procedure Touted As ‘Magic Wand’ For Wrinkle RemovalA magic wand to tighten loose skin and erase wrinkles from almost anywhere may sound too good to be true.
High Blood Pressure In Middle Age Sets The Stage For Cognitive Decline Later On, Study FindsSurprisingly it came from the American Heart Association, and as CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez explained, it's about high blood pressure.
Study: FDA Approved Drugs Could Prevent Cancer Development In Other BreastA new study has come out with important news for women with breast cancer. It shows that there is a way to help prevent cancer in the other breast.