WASHINGTON - At first, Natasha Richardson said she felt fine after she took a spill on a Canadian ski slope. But that’s not unusual for people who suffer traumatic head injuries like the one that killed the actress.
WASHINGTON - Jasper Palmer didn’t think he was doing anything special when he balled up his paper hospital gown and stuffed it into one of his gloves. He just knew it was tidy and would stop the gown from spreading germs.
CHICAGO - A small device implanted on the spinal cord could one day offer a better way to treat Parkinson’s disease, according to a study released Thursday showing success in trials on mice and rats.
CHICAGO – US researchers have found a gene responsible for turning a plate of pasta into fat, offering new clues about how the body metabolizes carbohydrates and how they contribute to obesity.