Drug reverses gray hair and balding in mice

Calling their results “unprecedented,” genetic researchers have successfully reversed wrinkles, gray hair, and balding – features of aging – in laboratory mice, according to a news report.

Borrowing from the cancer playbook to find treatment for Alzheimer’s disease

It’s been notoriously difficult to develop medicines for Alzheimer’s disease, the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Each year, it seems, pharmaceutical companies release data from studies of promising drug candidates that merit only a collective sigh of disappointment. In search of fresh ideas, researchers have begun to borrow a phrase or two from the more familiar language of cancer treatment.

Some Doctors, Patients Balk At Medicare’s ‘Flat Fee’ Payment Proposal

The Trump administration announced a plan Friday that would affect about 40 percent of the payments physicians receive from Medicare. Not everybody’s pleased.

Price shopping for an MRI could save you thousands

This video news report reviewed several imaging centers and found huge differences in pricing. Consumers who take the time to compare prices can potentially save lots of money.

A rare heart condition almost killed her; now, she wants to protect other young women

If Lauren Dungan had waited just 30 more minutes, she might be dead.

FDA warns companies about ‘deceptive’ vaginal rejuvenation claims

Procedures marketed to improve a woman’s “intimate health” using lasers or ultrasound are not only unapproved, but are also causing burns and other painful damage, according to the Food and Drug Administration.