Brooke the black Lab uses her prosthetic paw to dig up her favorite ice treats.
An 11-year-old girl who was mauled by a pet raccoon as a baby is back home today after a seven-hour surgery to embed a makeshift ear in her arm.
Barbell Jeans are for athletes.
A close up look at acupuncture for relief of chronic pain.
Right now grocery stores and farmers markets are coming alive with seasonal fruits and vegetables. Here are a few spring foods that you don’t want to miss.
Experts discuss how -- and if -- someone can survive at 35,000 feet for five hours in a plane's wheel well.
Germs are an unavoidable part of life. No matter how many times you sanitize, there’s always another door knob, public space, or bathroom you’re bound to come in contact with. But do you sanitize every time you slip a few bills into or out of your wallet? A recent study conducted by New York University’s Center for Genomics and Systems Biology identified 3,000 types of bacteria on dollar bills from a Manhattan bank. Most of the bacteria were unsurprisingly microbes found on the skin, while others matched those found in mouths, and even some in vaginas.
Boy with cerebral palsy can now play on a nearby playground with his brothers.
Ever have trouble remembering where you just left your keys? Laugh it off! New research suggests that humor can improve short-term memory in older adults.
Jeff Bauman and Adrianne Haslet-Davis posed for a selfie at the Boston Marathon.
Sneaker memorial for runner Meg Cross Menzies to grace Boston Marathon course.
The opiate drug can have serious side effects.
Here are three foods that could help you live longer.
In the quest to stay healthy and happy, nothing is free: $350 to fill a cavity, $120 for a monthly gym membership, $30 for a yoga class. But you don't need to go broke just to be at your best. The key to paying less? Asking for it.
The woman took part in a groundbreaking study where patients' cells were used to engineer organs in a lab.
"We knew he was big but not that big," says mom.
Have you heard about the Hangover Heaven Bus in Las Vegas? For $45 and up, it’ll pick you up after a night of hard drinking, give you oxygen, hook you up to an IV (with a proprietary blend of vitamins and medicines) and inject you with mega doses of vitamin B, in a bus decorated more like a nightclub lounge than a doctor’s office.
Four women with a genetic condition took part in a ground-breaking study.
By the time Caitlin McComish was back in fall training at University of Toledo, she had gone into shock 17 times, always near the soccer field. She missed more than a month of school and couldn't leave her apartment.
Video shows doctors assessing Wyatt Scott's ability to swallow.
The Scott family started a website to find out what's wrong with baby Wyatt.
Stevens Institute of Technology reports eight cases despite students having been fully vaccinated.
Experts say that dieters who include apps in their weight-loss efforts score greater success than those who don't. We asked three Health readers to each test a leading digital diet and report back.
3D installation creates what your body might look like on the inside.
Many parents hesitate to vaccinate their children because of safety concerns.
The link between marital discord and hunger pangs.