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Full Interview With Dr. Daniel Man

Daniel Man, MD, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, in Boca Raton, Florida, talks about a new procedure for gynecomastia.

Full Interview With Dr. Kenneth Light

Kenneth I. Light, MD, Spine Surgeon in San Francisco, California, talks about a new breakthrough surgery for your back.

Full Interview With Dr. Paul Wang

Paul J. Wang, MD, Professor of Medicine, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, talks about 3-D printing for hearts.

Full Interview With Dr. Gloria Hwang

Gloria Hwang, MD, Interventional Radiologist, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, talks about a new way to treat liver tumors.

Full Interview With Dr. Gloria Hwang

Gloria Hwang, MD, Interventional Radiologist, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, talks about a new way to treat liver tumors.

Full Interview With Dr. Robert Koppel

Robert Koppel, MD, Medical Director, Regional Perinatal Center, Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York talks about a test that could save newborn's hearts.

Full Interview With Dr. Brian Snyder

Dr. Brian Snyder, Neurosurgeon Specializing in Functional and Restorative Neurosurgery, talks about surgery that can help treat chronic headaches.

Full Interview with Doctor Katie Kompoliti

Dr. Katie Kompoliti, Associate Professor of Neurological Sciences at Rush University Medical Center, talks about a new therapy for patients with Tourette's.

‘Healthy Kids’ Wanted at Local YMCA’s

Studies say many children do not get the daily recommended hours of physical activity, reading and daily amounts of healthy foods.

Is Organic Food Worth The Price?

Research shows that organic food doesn't contain more vitamins or minerals than regular produce.

Prostate Cancer Screening Improves Long-Term Outcomes

Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death among men in the United States, but a new study finds a routine protein-specific antigen, or PSA screening, can reduce the risk of developing advanced prostate cancer.

The BenefitsOf Running Barefoot

If the Olympics are inspiring you to get out and run a little more, you may want to leave your shoes in the closet. Barefoot running is gaining popularity because of the benefits it may provide.