U.S. expands Ebola checks at airports
The Obama administration is requiring arrivals from the Ebola disease-ravaged zone pass through one of five U.S. airports.
Some Latinas have lower breast cancer risk
New research suggests Latinas with Native American roots inherit a genetic variant that can help protect against breast cancer.
WATCH: Cancer patient gets creative, crafty
A Northern Kentucky woman believes figuring out what to wear shouldn't be among a breast cancer patient's worry.
Cell treatment gives man ability to walk again
A medical team has for the first time given a man the ability to walk again after transplanting cells from his brain onto his severed spinal cord.
CDC issues new Ebola guidelines after criticism
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued new protocols for healthcare workers interacting with Ebola patients.
Corneal inlay could replace reading glasses
The Kamra corneal inlay helps patients see up close without impairing distance vision, but it's not approved in the U.S. despite wide use in Europe.