Dr. Max Gomez
Health care centers dedicated just for men are trying to make it easier for men to take care of themselves.
Researchers: Unnecessary Double Mastectomies Do Not Improve Chances Of Avoiding Recurring Breast Cancer
More than a quarter million American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. About 40,000 of them will die of the disease.
Many people are taking medications that may actually be causing the brittle bone disease.
The unofficial start of summer serves as an annual reminder to use sunscreen whenever you head outdoors.
An Illinois man has the first known case of human-to-human spread of the MERS virus to someone who had come from the Middle East. And while the disease was apparently transmitted casually, it may not be as scary as it sounds.
Could injecting yourself with mega-doses of vitamins and minerals be the key to good health? The alternative health treatment is gaining popularity and generating controversy.
The trees are green, the flowers are blooming and your allergies are likely flaring up. Sadly, going inside may not be a relief.
Officials said the second confirmed case is located at a hospital in Orlando, Fla. The first was reported earlier this month in Indiana, involving a man who arrived from Saudi Arabia.
All women should talk with their doctors to determine when and how often they need a pap test. Cervical cancer is caused by HPV, a sexually transmitted virus, but it can take decades for the cancer to actually develop.
Sharon Savino nearly died before she could deliver her baby and had to undergo open heart surgery while pregnant.
A technique that magicians and entertainers have used for years may be useful as a form of cancer therapy.
For years, doctors have told almost everyone of middle age or older to take a daily aspirin to thin the blood.
Baby-gates are designed to protect children, but the gates themselves may be creating problems, according to a new study.
There’s a new warning about a common surgery that tens of thousands of women have every year. New information shows the device could actually spread undetected cancer.
Growing new muscle could be a huge boon to thousands of soldiers wounded in IED attacks. It could also help accident and trauma victims as well as those injured in sports.