You may have seen ads for a DNA stool test that can detect colorectal cancer. Do tests like this one, or the hemoccult test, help you avoid cancer? Colorectal surgeon James Church, MD, provides The Short Answer.Read More
Does a stiff, painful joint in an elbow, wrist or finger limit your daily activities? Find out if you’re a good candidate for joint replacement surgery.
Dessert doesn’t always have to be cake, cookies or ice cream. Serve this warm baked fruit dish on a chilly evening as the satisfying, sweet end to a meal.
Most children never have major bone issues. But recurring fractures or other risk factors may signal a problem. Learn more about the building blocks for healthy bones.
Can immunotherapy help your body fight kidney cancer? Find out more about how today’s cancer researchers are developing this weapon in the fight against renal cell carcinoma.
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Snow peas, which are thin and flat, lend crunch and a fresh flavor to this quick dish.
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If you’re in your mid-60s or older and have end-stage lung disease, you may be able to receive a lung transplant. Depending on your overall health, larger transplant centers may have options for you.
For many hallowed home remedies, there’s no scientific research to prove they do anything more than distract your mind from how you’re feeling.
Having one of those days when it seems like everything that could go wrong, did? You needn’t give in to grouchiness or despair. Try these suggestions from our behavioral health experts instead.