(NEW YORK) -- A rare parasitic disease that can lead to heart failure or stroke may be more common in the United States than many medical providers realize, with an estimated 300,000 people affected.
Chagas disease is spread by an insect k... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- When Brandi Owens saw her daughter, Timiyah, running toward her engulfed in flames, she shut down.
"I almost just folded. I almost just fell apart. I almost really just lost my mind, looking at my baby on fire," Owens told ABC Ne... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Bad news for the 2.4 billion people around the world who drink alcohol regularly: There is no level of alcohol that is good for health, according to a new study in the journal The Lancet.
Using data from the Global Burden of ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Parents are being cautioned against relying on monitors promising to accurately measure their baby's vital signs in an attempt to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), in light of new research Read More
(NEW YORK) -- It was a terrifying spectacle. From a distance, it looked like a giant pillar of flame had leaped from the sky and consumed Josiah Wiedman.
"As we were walking, I got struck ... sending me 9 feet into the air, making me bounc... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Stroke is the third-leading cause of death for women, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A new study from the American Heart Association (AHA) says breastfeeding may be added to the list of ways to reduce... Read More
BY DR. RICHA KALRA
(NEW YORK) -- Desk partitions are commonly seen as giving employees increased privacy but a new study shows that people may be better off without them.
Researchers from the University of Arizona l... Read More
(HOUSTON) -- A former doctor who was convicted of sexually assaulting a patient who was immobilized in her hospital bed will not serve any jail time.
Shafeeq Sheikh, who was a medical resident on call at a Texas hospital at the time of the... Read More
(ORANGE COUNTY, Calif.) -- Residents of several Orange County, California cities are complaining about a strange, mysterious odor in the air -- and local municipal agencies seem to be pointing fingers at each other as to the cause of the bad smell.
(NEW YORK) -- When Jared Jaramillo arrived at his East Coast college, the Utah native and first-generation college student felt like he'd entered an "alien world."
While the 19-year-old excelled at math and science in high school and was a... Read More
BY: DR. RYAN GUINNESS
(NEW YORK) -- Imagine smelling something that isn’t there. Now imagine if these smells were always around, persisting through everyday life without any apparent reason.
These "phantom odo... Read More