Peter Johnson, Jr. weighs in
Could a cure for paralysis be in the near future? Invivo Therapeutics shows technology minimizing tissue damage after a spinal cord injury, improving the chance of walking again
Treatment could stabilize insulin levels without daily injections
Incredible stem cell science in action
Groundbreaking surgery gives new lease on life to 2-year-old born without a windpipe
Frank Reynolds of InVivo Therapeutics discusses how his company is working on an implant to help paralyzed people walk again.
FNC’s Bill Hemmer on the coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Doctors inject harvested bone marrow back into spine
Man dressed as Cookie Monster arrested for shoving child; Joe DeVito, Jonah Goldberg, and Jonna Spilbor discuss
Dr. Tanya Altmann on allergy warnings
Monsignor Tomasz Trafny and Robin Smith talk about their partnership to invest more in science research
Opinion: The U.S. desperately needs talented young physicians, scientists, engineers and IT professionals. Immigrants can easily fill the gaps and should be given the opportunity.
First US artificial retina approved
Doreen Gummoe battles the government
The next breakthrough in aging well
Procedure could help heal and grow damaged cells after heart attack
Kathy Ireland Worldwide CEO Kathy Ireland on the early challenges to starting her business and her new skin-care products.
Doctor to extract DNA from late Beatle's molar
Doctors have been using platelet-rich plasma to make people look younger and heal quicker for years. Now a handful of physicians are using the technique to give women better orgasms and sexual function
World's first hamburger grown in a lab