Some doctors will recommend surgery to fix the meniscal tear while others will recommend a more conservative approach with physical therapy.
All too often for people like Sheryl Redman, particularly in the South, cost is a barrier to getting care particularly in states with restrictive Medicaid eligibility, a study published Thursday finds.
As criticism of sugary sodas intensifies, Coke, Pepsi and Dr Pepper are rolling out new vending machines that will put calorie counts right at your fingertips.
NEW YORK - It's dramatic news when a marathon runner collapses with no pulse. Now a big study finds such calamities are rare and usually due to a pre-existing heart problem.
DAYTON, Ohio --- Herman Williams came home safely after fighting in Vietnam. He was shocked to learn recently that his military service had placed him in jeopardy -- because he got a tooth pulled.
It seemed to come out of nowhere in April, when it was diagnosed in two unrelated children in California.
This effort diverts us from the real issue at hand -- affordable, attainable and safe health care.
ATLANTA --- Four years after the government severely restricted its use, the lung cancer drug Iressa may be poised to make a comeback: A study concludes it can slow the deadly disease better than standard chemotherapy in certain patients.
Elizabeth Bert, an 85-year-old Augusta woman, was found dead July 5 after wandering from a personal care home three days prior.
ATLANTA --- America's two swine flu deaths -- a toddler and a pregnant woman -- each suffered from several other illnesses when they were infected with the virus, according to a study released Thursday.