By Jenny J Chen
Recent research and changes in guidelines suggest that athletes with defibrillators may be able to consider returning to sports under the advice and guidance of a doctor.
By Colleen Moriarty
Faster radiation therapy schedules are available for some cancers. Research and technology are helping doctors to make rapid radiation therapy possible.
Erectile dysfunction occurs in a majority of men. There are several effective treatments that can help if oral medications have not worked well for you and your partner.
Recent studies have shown that the quality of your marriage can impact your health.
Enjoying winter without dry, itchy skin from eczema is possible if you follow these skin-smart tips from pediatric dermatology experts.
By Carrie MacMillan
Current recommendations say girls should have their first gynecologic visit between ages 13 and 15. A pediatric and adolescent gynecologist explains why.
Worried about your child's cough that won't seem to go away? Coughing—usually—is a good thing. Pediatric specialists explain why and offer solutions.
By Kathleen Frey Raven
Perhaps 2017 might be remembered as the first holiday season when at-home genetic testing kits received the same billing as the latest version of Amazon’s electronic assistant Alexa.
By Lena V Smith Parker
Surgical Volunteers with Hand Help spent a week in Nicaragua helping people recover use of their hands. We profile eight people whose lives were transformed.
You can give the gift of good health this holiday season and beyond. Here’s a guide with health-minded ideas to try any time of year you choose.
A skin biopsy can play an important role in confirming a dermatological diagnosis such as melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer.
For years, physicians and specialists puzzled over Amanda Gonzalez-Bunster's unusual—and seemingly unrelated— symptoms, until a Yale doctor suggested genetic sequencing.