Private Shamika Burrage lost an ear completely in a car accident, but surgeons successfully gave her a new one that's grown on her own forearm. The revolutionary surgery was the first of its kind in the army.
What did poppy seeds ever do to the CDC? The organization warns their Twitter followers of the sneaky nature of ticks with photos of parasites masquerading as poppy seeds on a muffin.
A man makes a desperate plea on Facebook, offering his possessions and his own kidney in exchange for a part of the liver for his wife. His wife, Marie Robinson, is one of 18,000 people waiting for a liver donor.
Every year, 300,000 people get afflicted with Lyme disease in the United States. The summer months are especially notorious for this disease, so it's important to be aware of its prevention, symptoms, and treatment.
A drug used to treat osteoporosis turns out to have a potentially wonderful side effect: a cure to baldness. If it holds up in clinical trials, this discovery could be the key in treating hair loss for men and women.
A runny nose is nothing to worry about — or is it? One woman found that her runny nose was actually a sign that her brain fluid was leaking.
A woman on a flight to Cleveland suddenly collapsed from a severe allergic reaction mid-flight. Two doctors jumped into action to save her life, one of whom is from Cleveland Clinic, where she was headed to treat her autoimmune disease.
Walmart rewrites their policies to try and help curb opioid abuse in the United States. New regulations include a seven-day limit to supply and electronic prescriptions.
As Yale University scientists successfully reanimated over 100 pig brains, questions arise in the ethics of resurrection. Researchers said the process could be done on primates, including humans.
A 28-year-old man in Britain nearly died from his bad habit of biting his nails. Doctors diagnosed him with sepsis, a condition when the immune system attacks the body, potentially leading to death.
Gray hair can be an indication of an infection. In a recent study, researchers found an interesting link between the loss of hair color and the immune system.
Loneliness is becoming an epidemic in the United States, a new study shows. Researchers discovered an alarming number of people suffer from loneliness, especially Generation Z and millennials.
Fast food and fruit play a big role in helping couples get pregnant more quickly, a new study reveals. The research also explores the role of diet in potential infertility.
Katie Holley from Florida woke up one night with a cockroach buzzing inside her ear. It took over a week and two trips to the doctor to get it all out.
A woman bogged down with an abnormally large tumor is now expecting a full recovery after Danbury Hospital surgeons successfully completed a five-hour surgery to remove it. The benign tumor is one of the largest known tumors to be removed.