Growing Horticulture Program Helps With Healthy AgingDoctors say you really don't have to be in good shape or young to enjoy the benefits.
'Music Mends Minds' Band Helps Dementia & Parkinson’s Patients Cope With IllnessMusic is helping patients with dementia and Parkinson’s cope with their illnesses.
University Looks To Make Transition To Treating Teens Becoming Adults EasierOver the past decades a growing number of young adults have moved into adulthood surviving some conditions that would have not allowed them to survive past the teens.
Infant Shares Limelight With EclipseCarter Anthony Parsons was born during the solar eclipse at 1:53 p.m. on Monday.
Researchers: A Bad Work Environment Can Be Bad For Your HealthThese studies provide insight into the struggles of the work force and the negative health impacts a poor work environment can have on employees.
Eclipse 2017: Signs of Potential Eye DamageDoctors are preparing for possible solar eclipse vision problems with extra staff and equipment in Philadelphia.
Risk Of Death Doubled By Alternative Cancer Treatments, Study SaysNew medical research is claiming that cancer patients who opt for unconventional treatments are at much greater risk of dying from the disease.
Smart Technology Helping Prevent Sores In Patients Confined To Hospital BedKeeping a patient's skin in good condition while in a hospital bed takes a lot of care, and now a new device could make it easier.
Too Much Standing Linked To Heart Disease, Study SaysThe percentage of workers who stood all day and suffered heart disease was more than twice as high as those who mostly sat.
Impact Of Cyber Attacks On HospitalsCyber attacks are becoming much more common throughout the world and we are seeing the issues in medicine as well.
Doctor Offers Important Back To School TipsWith summertime sadly winding down and kids heading back to school, doctors say one of the most important things to do is adjust their bedtime routine.
Pneumonia, Sepsis Associated With Increased Risk Of Heart Disease, ReportA new report in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology suggests people who are hospitalized for pneumonia or sepsis have a six time higher risk of heart disease incidence in the following year.