I am not willing to count out the 41-year-old Brady to win his sixth Super Bowl ring this Sunday. Why? Conditioning, experience and, above all, mind over matter.
The ‘Medicare-for-All” plan proposed by Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris would cost trillions of dollars and cause many problems for patients and doctors.
President Trump announced this week that he is officially recognizing the president of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Juan Guaido, as the interim president of Venezuela. This move is an extremely important shift in U.S. policy that could lead to man…
A blood test that could potentially detect Alzheimer’s disease, and a vaccine that might be able to treat it, are promising developments.
I was apprehensive and wondered if I might encounter anything from sewage to a wandering grizzly bear.
Remember when Dr. McCoy on “Star Trek” was able to make diagnoses with a tricorder and perform brain surgery by simply putting a futuristic band around a patient’s head? That kind of medicine seemed like pure fantasy at the time.
Get a flu shot and other vaccinations to protect yourself and others from illnesses that can kill some people.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who is 85 years old, fell and fractured three ribs back in November.
Beyond regulating and worrying, what else can be done to address the rising rate of vaping among America’s youth?
Despite a court ruling that said ObamaCare is unconstitutional, the law remains in effect while the decision is appealed.
Research is showing that America’s adolescents are suffering from all of the time they are spending looking at screens.
Four women are all suffering from ocular melanoma, and all attended Auburn University in the early 1990s. Coincidence? I don’t think so.
Back in 2012, when I first told people I was going to Texas to ride mountain bikes with the wounded war fighters and President Bush, I frequently encountered the reply “Which President Bush?”
Drug overdose and suicide are driving down life expectancy in America. But steps are being taken to reverse this disturbing trend.
All parents want to keep their kids out of harm’s way. But we still don’t know what’s causing Acute Flaccid Myelitis. And so we can’t help but worry.
The drug serves a potentially important medical niche providing an alternative for rapid pain relief in austere settings like the battlefield.
Up to 40 percent of people with Alzheimer’s disease suffer from significant depression. And depression can be treated.
A muscle-weakening disease striking children is extremely rare and children have almost no chance of getting it.
As Tropical Storm Florence abates, millions of people remain at medical risk.
I’ve seen a lot of smiles and innumerable nods of appreciation coming from members of the incoming freshman class at the New York University School of Medicine after they learned they wouldn’t be charged tuition.