Dr. Mallika Marshall
Women having trouble getting pregnant often try every trick in the book, but can an over-the-counter supplement really make a difference?
A neurologist at Mass General Hospital can connect with patients on a level most cannot.
Three years ago, Cory Cook was paralyzed from the chest down during a swimming accident.
A young girl is being treated with drugs to prevent HIV after she was pricked by a needle at a Hyde Park playground.
You may often hear you should drink at least eight glasses of water a day to stay hydrated and healthy, but as Dr. Mallika Marshall reports, you can probably flush that number down the toilet.
Imagine being able to spit into a cup to find out if you’re at risk for Alzheimer’s Disease. As Dr. Mallika Marshall explains, that day may not be far off.
A new study finds that sitting on your duff for long periods of time can raise a woman’s risk of cancer.
Millions more Americans could benefit from treatment with popular cholesterol-lowering medications, according to two new studies.
Prenatal testing has become widely available for pregnant women at risk for having babies with chromosome problems such as Down Syndrome. Now new research finds the tests may also reveal possible cancers in pregnant mothers.
According to the New York Times, Chinese doctors say children who spend hours and hours staring at screens could be suffering from a clinical disorder