Tatiana was just 39 years old when she was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. Colon cancer is now on the rise in people under 45. Tatiana shares her story as a warning to others who may think colon cancer is a disease of the old.
Two Families Fighting to Defeat their Sons’ Rare Genetic Disorder
Ollie and Yoni are the only two in the world known to have an extremely rare genetic mutation called PSMC5. Their parents are on a mission to beat PSMC5 and other rare genetic disorders.
Too Little Dietary Salt May Cause More Harm Than Good to Certain Heart Patients
A new study finds cutting salt intake to levels below the recommended maximum does not benefit heart failure patients and may increase the risk of death.
Newer Breast Screening Technology Catches More Cancer, New Study Finds
Researchers compared standard 2D digital mammography to a newer technology known as DBT and found DBT detected more cancer with fewer false positives.
U.S. Infant Mortality Rate Hits Record Low, but SIDS rate increases in Black Infants, Study Finds
An unexpected jump in the SIDS rate in Black infants may be related to the COVID pandemic, researchers say
Overuse of Allergy Tests is Causing Anxiety and Unnecessary Food Avoidance, an EMR Review Warns
A study presented at the AAAAI Annual Conference warns of the overuse of allergy panels.
Half of All Child-Poisoning Deaths Caused by Opioids, New Study Finds
Opioids accounted for 52% of poisoning-related deaths in infants and young children in 2018, researchers say.
A Small Study Sheds Doubt on Some Allergic Reactions to COVID Vaccines
People who reported allergic reactions to their COVID vaccine may have actually experienced symptoms that mimic allergic reactions, researchers say.
Which High School Sports Cause the Most Injuries?
While the overall number of high school sports injuries is decreasing, more serious head and neck injuries are being reported, a new study finds.