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WGN NewsHiding the scar! Swapping one incision for another. It's a robotic surgery that leaves a scar but not where people can see it. Jennifer Panaro, Robotic Thyroidectomy Patient: "I never felt anything. My primary care physician found it during a general...
Seeing a chance to stop one of the most deadly kinds of cancer before it forms, doctors at Johns Hopkins and at other hospitals around the nation are focusing on the common pancreatic cyst. Up to 20 percent of pancreatic cancer begins as one of these...
Tags: Breast Cancer, Florida, Medical Specialization, Skin, Symptoms
Three area hospitals were recognized in a new nationwide survey for their treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients. The Human Rights Campaign's Healthcare Equality Index 2011, released last week, cited Advocate Illinois Masonic...
Despite a report that cellphones are possibly carcinogenic, a Dakotas doctor said a link between cellphones and cancer is tenuous at best. In late May, a World Health Organization agency said cellphones are possible cancer-causing agents, putting them...
They're more than man's best friends: They're friends with benefits. Here are a few ways dogs are helping to make our lives healthier, safer and longer. Search and rescue: When disaster strikes, search-and-rescue dogs are never far behind. After the...
Tags: Earthquakes, Human Body, Disasters, Japan, Health
Eric Lentz and his wife, Deanna Hallagan, used to joke that if they ever won the lottery, they would open a camp for troubled teens. The camp dream came true, but under far different circumstances. Within months of being diagnosed with stage 4 colon...
The following article was submitted by Lynne Groeger, a registered dietitian specializing in Oncology Nutrition. She works for Peninsula Cancer Institute in Newport News, Williamsburg and Gloucester. Many plant foods, especially vegetables and fruits,...
The first-ever study comparing brain cancer incidence in kids who use cellphones with those who do not has found no difference, suggesting that children's long-feared vulnerability to brain cancer with early cellphone use does not exist. In a four-...
Daily American Staff WriterSo far there’s been no reports of the late blight on tomato or potato plants in Somerset County. “Cross your fingers, find some wood to knock on,” said Miguel Saviroff, educator with the Penn State Cooperative Extension in Somerset...
There's a new high-tech cancer treatment that literally cooks tumors away. Rich DeMuro gets the inside scoop on this groundbreaking procedure and how this minimally-invasive treatment gets patients in and out of the hospital on the same day. Cedar...
Dr. Baruj Benacerraf, who shared the 1980 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for his pioneering work explaining why some people are able to fight off infections and tumors while others are not, died Tuesday at his Boston home. He was 90. The cause was...
Tags: New York University, Guinea, Paris (France), Health, Elections
FOX40 NewsThirty years ago the gay community was in a full panic; something was killing gay men. Initially it was called the Gay Plague, and then GRID. A name so offensive the Gay community named it something else: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome: AIDS....
Tags: Skin Lesion, AIDS, HIV, Human Body, Health
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