South Bend woman on a mission to spread the word about rare disorder
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- A rare neurological disorder causes muscles to freeze up and affects more than 250,000 children and adults nationwide.
Ice therapy freezes hearts back into rhythm.
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- It's a condition that causes heart palpitations, shortness of breath and dizziness. If untreated, can be life-threatening.
New treatment lengthens limbs
- Many face this problem. One leg is longer than the other, often leading to severe hip and back pain if not treated.
How doctors are making life-like facial prosthetics
- Meet one man who lost his ear to cancer, but you'd never know it by looking at him.
Electrical stimulation helps patients suffering from dystonia
- Dystonia is a mysterious neurological disorder that causes muscles to "freeze up" or work inconsistently.
Why do people with rheumatoid arthritis rarely get Alzheimer's?
- A new study may help scientists unlock a medical mystery.
Using food to fight cancer
- There are some unique ways some patients are fueling their bodies for recovery.
Number of "Medical Malls" increasing after Affordable Care Act
- Like America’s shopping malls, so-called "Medical Malls" provide an array of medical services under one roof.
Is our health system treating all patients fairly?
- Does your health outcome depend on your age, gender or race? Most people would like to think the answer is no. But studies show there are disparities.
Recognizing the signs of a stroke
- Doctors with the American Stroke Association say that your chances of recovery are better if you can get medical treatment within about three hours of a stroke.
One doctor says grains are not meant for our brains
- Doctor David Perlmutter, Board Certified Neurologist Author and author of Grain Brain says, “Your key to weight loss is to eat more fat. Eat fat, get thin.”
Noticing the signs of congestive heart failure
- Congestive heart failure is the most common diagnosis in hospital patients 65 and older.
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