Health & Fitness
Results were seen as a possible groundbreaking method for growing tissue to treat illnesses such as diabetes and Parkinson's disease using a simple lab procedure
Josh Hardy received experimental drug after family launched social media campaign; drug company CEO hopes public understands complexity of case
Plastic surgeons survey says more patients are asking for facial procedures to improve their social media image
At Northwestern Medicine in Chicago, doctors are using 3D glasses to get an in-depth look at the brain during surgery. WBBM-TV's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Only 30 percent of Dannon's kid yogurts contain under 23 grams of sugar per 6-ounce serving; WHO says adults should get no more than 25g sugar per day
In 18 states and Washington, D.C., drug poisoning is the leading cause of accidental death
Chicago hospital uses new approach to help doctors "see" better inside patients' brains
Small study found oxytocin lowered levels of obsession with images of food and obesity
Daily health headlines: Faster treatment improves stroke recovery, cancer patients with diabetes have lower survival rates, plus more top stories.
Would you grab that snack that just dropped on the floor? See what the latest research says about its safety
Stephen Power was severely injured in a motorcycle accident, leaving his face badly disfigured. He became one of the first patients in the world to benefit from new surgical technology where a 3D printer helped rebuild his face. Sky News reporter Hywel Griffith reports.
Case report shows uninfected Texas woman was infected with the virus by her female partner in 2012
29-year-old Stephen Powers was injured in a motorcycle accident in 2012; surgeons customized new bone fragments with 3D printer to restore appearance
A hospital on Long Island, N.Y., is alerting 4,000 patients that they should be tested for HIV and hepatitis. South Nassau Communities Hospital says there's an "extremely low" risk they may have been exposed via an insulin pen. WCBS's Tracee Carrasco reports.
Doctors in Wales use brand new 3D technology to repair accident victims facial injuries
HPV, a sexually transmitted virus, is thought to cause the majority of cervical cancers
Patients may have been exposed through an insulin pen, though hospital says risk is "extremely low"
When Crissi Flippen overheard her daughter’s friend talking about her father’s recurring illness, she decided to act. WTVR’s Chelsea Rarrick reports.
When nurses are swamped with other patients and parents cannot make it to the hospital, grandmas, empty-nesters, college students step in to cuddle preemies
Infant cuddling can calm sick babies and speed development