Colon cancer was the furthest thing from Kristine’s mind when she noticed blood in her stool. The 38-year-old mother assumed it was hemorrhoids, something she had experienced during and after her three pregnancies.
You know that colonoscopies are important, but it's just so hard to chug a gallon of that clear, yucky mixture. That's no longer always necessary with the same-day option.
For 40 years, Vietnam War veteran and three-time Purple Heart recipient John Gentzler didn't realize that his acid reflux was a symptom of a bigger problem.
This condition, which causes immobility of the shoulder, affects women twice as often as men and can be debilitating.
Recent news of two new drugs that received regulatory approval brings hope to late-stage melanoma patients.
This easy risotto recipe substitutes rice with healthy quinoa. Try it next time you're looking for an easy side dish.
In this video, a Jefferson neurologist explains the signs and symptoms of epilepsy, its risks and options for treatment.
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