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Nonspecialists are better than critical-care physicians at keeping ICU patients alive, says a new study.
Not by how well they replumb hearts or replace joints, but by how quickly patients go home.
Fish oil stopped Scarlett's liver damage and gave her digestive tract time to heal.
From the time he was a toddler, breathing was anything but routine for the little boy.
After three surgeries in four years, Makenna and her redesigned pump are ready for anything.
Every parent must ask: Am I ready to put my child’s life in this surgeon's hands?
As wide across as a half-dollar, Steven's tumor had burrowed deep within his spinal cord.
It wasn't "growing pains" that made the 11-year-old's joints painful. It was leukemia.
Keira and Evan were delivered two months early, it wasn't clear they'd make it to their first birthday.
Centers where the extraordinary is routine.