Featured Health Reports
A Southland boy is battling a debilitating disease with a fighting spirit. At the age of three, Skyers Ruplinger was diagnosed with Type 2 Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) after countless doctors’ visits and tests.
What if the doctor could see the fetal heart rate and the frequency and intensity of contractions without ever having to be in the room? Well now he can with a phone and some new technology.
For Anna and Brian Hogan, it was a whirlwind romance, a love that she never expected to find. It all started with a set-up from his mom. Anna agreed to meet him while he was playing pool. But Anna remembers one more thing about that night…
It has been a while since Kim Le has spent time taking care of herself and feeling beautiful. Kim’s world was turned upside down 10 years ago when she was first diagnosed with breast cancer. She went through periods of being cancer-free but found out that this time… the cancer had spread all over her body.
The famed Mayo Clinic in Minnesota is known for superior health care… and now, for the first time ever… it’s put its name on a diet book.
In the new film “Dear Jack”, musician Andrew McMahon documents his personal battle with leukemia. As Lisa Sigell tells it, “it’s a story of courage, inspiration, and the power of love… family, friends and music.”
Allison Zicree was a healthy baby girl who just celebrated her first birthday. Days later, her parents’ world would be turned upside down. Allison was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. She fought hard and went through aggressive chemotherapy, but it wasn’t enough.
If there’s one thing you should know about 11-year-old Tristan Gunson, it’s that he loves soccer. But, for now, he is on the sidelines. He can’t play anymore… at least not for a while.
Daniel Alvarez is like many 9 year olds. He loves his toys, baseball, fun with his family and especially his mom and dad.
When someone is battling cancer it’s not easy… treatment alone can be so exhausting and day-to-day activities can seem impossible.
With his tiny hands, 5-year-old Jaime is not a patient right now, but a musician. So is 6-year-old Jesus, both in Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA.
Help you lose weight? Tone muscles? Improve posture? Tighten the behind? Well what’s behind these claims? Let’s call them all ‘Fit shoes.’ MBT, Reebok and Sketchers all in on the action.
If necessity is the mother of invention, these mothers could sniff their ideas out from under their children’s noses, or off their hands and sleeves.
She may have been smiling in her pictures, but Tsilah Burman felt tortured on the inside.
He is an Oscar, Emmy, and Tony award winner just to name a few. But Al Pacino is now being honored for a different reason; for his charitable giving and support of the Arthritis Foundation’s misson.