Health Technology

Are some women getting mammograms more frequently than recommended?  Featured
Are some women getting mammograms more frequently than recommended?
But is that a bad thing?
Could a breath or urine test detect cancer? 
Could a breath or urine test detect cancer?
New research examines the possibility.
An extra layer of life-saving care 
An extra layer of life-saving care
If you’re in the hospital, your health may be monitored by doctors and nurses tens or even hundreds of miles away. Find out how a pioneering telemedicine program is saving lives.
Scientists have discovered a ‘new organ’ 
Scientists have discovered a ‘new organ’
Learn about this understudied part of the body that might affect major diseases.
“Convenient” radiation therapy? 
“Convenient” radiation therapy?
It’s not a word Joanna Mates uses to describe her breast cancer, but it’s exactly how she describes the radiation therapy she received to treat it.
A gene fix for Alzheimer’s disease?  Featured
A gene fix for Alzheimer’s disease?
Scientists say they have identified the primary risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease and even have a way to correct it.
Robots in the operating room? 
Robots in the operating room?
You may be surprised to hear more than 1.75 million robotic procedures have been performed across the U.S.