Digital Glasses Help Kids With 'Lazy Eye'The glasses, called Amblyz, have been approved by the FDA and cost around $450.
Is Charcoal Becoming A Popular Supplement?Activated charcoal is sometimes used by doctors to prevent damage from an accidental overdose.
Botox Injections Help Stop Excessive SweatingThe Botox injections help those dealing with a condition called "hyperhidrosis," which causes excessive sweating.
Estrogen May Help Some Women With Anxiety Disorders, Expert SaysWhen women are in a high-estrogen state, they regulate fear much the same as men, according to a neuroscientist at Mass. General. Hospital
Eye Injuries Caused By BB Guns On The Rise, Study ShowsA recent study found injuries in children from non-powder firearms, including paintball, Airsoft, BB and pellet guns, are up more than 500 percent from just a few years ago.
Kids Paying The Price For Distracted Parents, Research SaysResearchers say kids now feel they have to compete with technology for their parent's attention.
Patients With Several Prescriptions Find Comfort In 'PillPack'Twenty percent of Americans take five or more prescription drugs and managing all of those medications can be a nightmare.
Music Helps Patients Cope With Surgery, Research ShowsThey say music soothes the soul, but it can also soothe pain following surgery.
Refined Carbs May Increase Risk Of Mental IllnessRefined carbs like sugar, white bread, and pasta will not only expand your waistline, they may also raise your risk of mental illness.
Sleep Position May Help Prevent Brain DisordersPoor sleep is bad for the brain. Now, experts think that sleep position may be important, too.
Robotic Suit Helps Paralyzed NH Man WalkThree years ago, Cory Cook was paralyzed from the chest down during a swimming accident.
Studies: Millions Could Benefit By Taking Cholesterol-Lowering MedicationsMillions more Americans could benefit from treatment with popular cholesterol-lowering medications, according to two new studies.