- X-Rays, inside out Updated: Oct-01-15 6:12 am
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Did you know that Marie Curie, the discoverer of radium and two-time winner of the Nobel Prize, designed mobile X-ray vehicles to serve French medical teams in World War I field hospitals?
- Study: Breast cancer detection not better with computer aid Updated: Sep-28-15 1:01 pm
CHICAGO - Computer-assisted detection used in most U.S. mammograms adds no benefit to breast cancer screening while substantially increasing costs, a large study suggests.
- Nonprofits help homeless Salem man gain vision Updated: Sep-22-15 1:25 pm
SALEM, Oregon - Alexander Miller started wearing glasses when he was 3, but his vision loss was so severe that doctors told him he eventually would go blind.
- Medtronic gets approval for MRI-safe heart implant Updated: Sep-14-15 4:59 pm
NEW YORK - Medtronic said Monday that it has been cleared to market a heart defibrillator implant that can be safely used in an MRI scanner.
- Colonoscope helps Thai police recover stolen 6-carat diamond Updated: Sep-13-15 11:11 am
BANGKOK - The good news for the Chinese visitor to Bangkok was that a doctor had successfully removed a foreign object from her large intestine that could have damaged her digestive system.
- Yacolt girl battles brain tumor Updated: Sep-13-15 6:15 am
VANCOUVER, Washington - Macey Bodily is a sweet, easygoing 7-year-old who loves to swim in the family pool and get manicures.
- Texas company agrees to buy Va. blood-testing operation Updated: Sep-11-15 2:54 pm
RICHMOND, Virginia - A Texas-based company has agreed to pay $37.1 million for Richmond-based Health Diagnostic Laboratory.
- Blood test results presented after kids exposed contaminants Updated: Sep-10-15 10:29 am
PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire - A New Hampshire epidemiologist says test results show that children exposed to water from a contaminated Portsmouth well have higher levels of a chemical in their blood than children who weren't exposed.
- Paula Radcliffe denies that she ever resorted to doping Updated: Sep-08-15 1:17 pm
LONDON - Paula Radcliffe, a three-time London Marathon winner and holder of the world record for the distance, denied Tuesday that she ever used performance-enhancing drugs and said she was "devastated" that her name had been linked to allegations of widespread blood doping in track and field.