Why surgeons typically don’t ‘crack your chest open’ anymore 
Why surgeons typically don’t ‘crack your chest open’ anymore
Robots, special long instruments and even microscopic tools contribute to this kind of surgery.
Can your smartwatch save your life? 
Can your smartwatch save your life?
Nearly half of all Americans have some type of cardiovascular disease. But some people may not even be aware that their hearts are at risk.
New lung cancer treatment uses innovative dye placement 
New lung cancer treatment uses innovative dye placement
The new technique improves efficiency between diagnosis and surgery.
Is immunotherapy the new miracle cancer treatment? 
Is immunotherapy the new miracle cancer treatment?
Traditional cancer treatments can impact quality of life.
COVID boosters now available for ages 5-11  Featured
COVID boosters now available for ages 5-11
The CDC has approved the Pfizer booster shot just in time for summer activities.
New option available to treat uterine fibroids 
New option available to treat uterine fibroids
About 50% of people with a uterus may develop fibroids at some point in their lives.
Taking the mystery out of clinical trials: 5 things to know 
Taking the mystery out of clinical trials: 5 things to know
Here are some facts that may surprise you, including the place where it all began.