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Blackberries, smartphones, flip phones. Having a cell phone is now the norm. But constantly using that phone may have a negative effect on your health. The World Health Organization released a new study Tuesday, noting radiation from cell-phones may...
Tags: Medical Research, Cell Phones, Human Body, Brain, Surgery
Show TrackerWas it good for you? When last we saw our heroes, House had just lost a patient and had rushed home to excavate hidden Vicodin vials. Cuddy arrives, marches into Houseâs bathroom (why does so much of their relationship take......
Staff reporterSenator Ted Kennedy lost his battle with brain cancer at the age of 76. A Plano neurosurgeon says his type of tumor has frustrated doctors for years. "We've been looking at this tumor for 50 years and we still don't know what causes it," said Board...
Tags: Brain, Tumors, Hospitals and Clinics, Surgery, Cancer
Special to the Los Angeles TimesHere's a sampling of top celebrity doctors — whether authors, journalists, TV show hosts or all of the above — who are influencing what we eat, how we live and whom we love. DR. MEHMET OZ Claim to fame: Oz's good looks, plain talk and...
The Baltimore SunWhen Liane Lefever complained to her doctor about a persistent ear ache, an examination found a much more serious problem: a brain tumor. For many Americans, that diagnosis could have led to invasive surgery — including slicing open her skull ...
WGN NewsAlmost 2,000 years ago, a Roman philosopher said, "To do two things at once - is to do neither." In these days of downsizing, WGN-TV's Micah Materre had to know, is that still true? TV clip from "Grey's Anatomy": "I know you see me re-secting this bowel....
Medical ReporterDoctors talking with their patients ... during brain surgery. The one way to know if sensitive surgery is impacting a patient's function ... ask them while you're operating. Dr. Prabhu: "Have her move her right leg and right arm." She has function....
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES --The science and art of neurosurgery is evolving and now patients diagnosed with brain tumors are benefitting! Thanks to new instruments and technology, neurosurgeons are being able to remove brain tumors in a whole new way. 74 year old...
Tags: Medical Research, Tumors, Technology, Surgery, Scalp
L.A. NOWA Riverside jury has awarded an Arizona couple $16.5 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit against a Southern California neurosurgeon. In Riverside Superior Court on Friday, jurors found Christopher Pham negligent in his treatment of Trent Hughes in...
Other conditions Deep brain stimulation for depression and epilepsy is already being tested in large clinical trials, but it has only been tested in a few patients for other conditions such as traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's disease, obesity,...
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