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A New Hip

There are 330,000 hip replacement surgeries in the U.S. each year, and the majority of people who undergo this operation sing its praises after a More

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Opening the Door to Happiness

For the first time in its long and often notorious history, psychiatry now offers scientific, humane, and effective treatments to those suffering from mental illness, More

Track Your Family Health History

Celebrating with far-flung relatives this holiday season? Take some time to gather information about your family’s health history. Here’s how. More

An Apple a Day

Artist and blogger Jenna Visscher has been painting apples for a cause—finding a cure for her disease, ankylosing spondylitis, the most overlooked cause of persistent More

Male Breast Cancer
‘My Pink Ribbon’

October brings a media barrage about “breast cancer awareness.” However, most people don’t know that men can get breast cancer too. Here is one man's More

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Diabetes ‘Breathalyzers’

Scientists research measuring breath acetone—which often presents a fruit-like odor—as a new way to detect and monitor type 2 diabetes without needles. More

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