Simple Procedure Can Offer Relief For Some Women With Overactive BladdersOne doctor says many cases of overactive bladder are actually due to blood pooling in the veins around the bladder.
New NYC Program Giving The Visually Impaired A Chance To Play Tennis Like The ProsThey’re teaching visually impaired people how to play tennis. For many, it’s their first time trying the sport.
NY Teen Becomes Advocate For Flu Shots After Nearly Dying From IllnessDr. Max Gomez spoke to a young honors student who didn't get her flu shot because she didn't want to miss school. That almost cost her her life.
U.S. Medical Company Claims To Have Developed Cure For HIV, Sends Research To FDA For ApprovalAmerican Gene Technologies filed a 1,000-page application with the FDA on Wednesday as scientists there believe they have created a gene therapy unlike any other.
Health Officials Report Breakthrough In Investigation Into Vaping-Related IllnessesA government lab found the same chemical compound in fluid taken from the lungs of 29 patients across the country, the CDC announced.
'Rip My Skull Open' Pain: Non-Drug Remedy Offers Hope To Migraine Headache SufferersA small, battery-powered device can reduce the severity or even stop a migraine in its tracks.
Doctor Warns Of Infection Dangers Associated With Repeated Wireless Headphone UseSince their debut, wireless headphones have skyrocketed in popularity. It's hard to walk down the streets of Manhattan and not see any. But keep them in for too long, and you could be paying the price.
Live From The Surgery? App Connects Surgeons With Patient's Family, Friends In Real-TimeA new app called Ease allows doctors and nurses to provide live updates from the operating room to anyone the patient chooses.
Recent Hepatitis A Outbreak Has N.J. Health Officials On AlertThe New Jersey Department of Health said there have been 541 confirmed cases since Dec. 1, 2018. That's a steep increase from last year's 67 cases.
Hepatitis A Scare At N.J. ShopRite Prompts Directive To Customers To Trash Food, Get VaccinatedThere is a hepatitis A warning in New Jersey after a store worker at a supermarket tested positive for the virus.
Stony Brook University's Immersive Display Chambers Offers A Whole New World For Doctors, ScientistsThanks to a $1 million computer upgrade, if you step into one of the University's three immersive display chambers, you can visualize tiny parts of the body supersized.
Robotic Microscope Helping Surgeons During Delicate Brain Tumor Removal ProceduresThere is amazing new technology that's helping surgeons perform the most delicate of all operations -- brain surgery.
Health Officials: Deli Worker At New Jersey ShopRite Tests Positive For Hepatitis AA spokesperson says the store has since been deep-cleaned and sanitized.
'Movember' Encourages Men To Stay Healthy, Raises Money For Cancer Research And MoreThe campaign is focused around prostate cancer and testicular cancer, as well as mental health and suicide prevention.
Measles Outbreak Giving Patients 'Immune Amnesia,' Body Forgets How To Fight Other Dangerous GermsIn the most severe cases, "they're just as vulnerable as if they were infants," said study senior author Stephen Elledge, a Harvard geneticist.