"You can't touch the camera," Teresa Abercrombie tells the three and a half year old, Carl.
"Carl, no camera," Teresa continued as Carl kept getting up during the interview. He likes technology and so the camera for a television interview was a bit of a distraction.
Carl was... more »
Most of us know how difficult it can be to get dumped or to lose a loved one, but now, doctors are saying you can actually die of a broken heart!
The symptoms are similar to those of a heart attack: chest pains and painful breathing. One cardiologist says... more »
The risk of being diagnosed with Alzheimer's or Dementia increases by 10 percent for people over the age of 65 and by 50 percent for those over age 85. Millions of baby boomers are turning 65 this year and projections are that more than 20 million Americans will be diagnosed... more »
It's not a perfect test. Yet researchers report a key step for the first gene test aimed at reducing unnecessary angiograms - expensive and somewhat risky procedures that hundreds of thousands of Americans have each year to check for clogged arteries. Most of these exams, done in hospital cardiac catheterization... more »
Men with prostate cancer may not die from the disease, rather the stress of the diagnosis could cause a heart attack!
Researchers in Sweden studied data collected from men diagnosed with prostate cancer between 1961 and 2004. They found after 1987, men diagnosed with the disease were three times... more »
Federal health officials say greater awareness, broader definitions and spotting autism in younger children may explain some of the increase in the proportion of children with disorders. Two new government studies indicate about 1 in 100 children have autism disorders, higher than a previous estimate of 1 in 150. Dr.... more »