Health & Wellness
Your doctor may soon need to test how "activated" you are.
Great Dane's are trained to assist people with balance and mobility issues. Video by Joanne Rathe / Globe Staff
by Shayna Brouker, USAG Wiesbaden
Blurry vision, dizziness, mood swings, sleep problems and memory problems: these are all symptoms of traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, and can last from a few days to a lifetime, depending on treatment and severity.
by Jason Gale
Diane Barbeler had a stroke on Monday last week. The next day, she walked out of the hospital with only minor sensory changes in her right hand and foot.
Update to iPhone and iPad software brings tweaks and improvements
(CNN) -- The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first medical device for preventing migraines. It's called Cefaly and works by stimulating nerves beneath the forehead.
by Toni Bernhard, J.D. in Turning Straw Into Gold
In October of 2012, I wrote a piece called “Confessions of a Sick Person.” Fast forward almost a year and a half, and I have more to confess. Ten confessions then. Ten confessions now.
Diane Morley said her body now feels like it is constantly swaying and she has trouble doing everyday tasks such as ironing, hoovering and watching TV
Norman Cousins wondered – if negative emotions have a negative impact on body chemistry, what about positive emotions? Could those heal?