In this undated image provided on Saturday Aug. 29, 2015 by Mount Sinai Hospital in New York shows Dr Vivek Reddy as he checks the screen while doing a surgery to implant the new tiny wireless pacemaker at the Mount Sinai hospital in New York . Unlike traditional pacemakers — which need a generator and wires and are implanted via surgery — the new pacemaker is a wireless tiny tube that can be attached to the right side of the heart using a catheter inserted through the leg. (Mount Sinai Hospital via AP)
A tiny, wireless pacemaker could offer some heart patients a surgery-free alternative to the traditional devices, a new study says. Some doctors, however, say there are lingering safety questions and warned patients not to rush to get the new technology.
This undated image provided by Amgen Inc. shows Repatha. Amgen Inc. has won federal approval for the second medicine in a new class of pricey biotech drugs that reduce artery-clogging cholesterol more than older statin drugs that have been used for decades (Amgen Inc. via AP)
Amgen Inc. has won federal approval for the second medicine in a new class of pricey biotech drugs that reduce artery-clogging cholesterol more than older statin drugs that have been used for decades.
Quality control manager Nina Kotlyarova checks samples for unwanted bacteria as part of the process for making an influenza vaccine at Protein Sciences in Pearl River, N.Y., Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
How many kids are vaccinated at your child's school? Federal health officials think you should be able to easily find out.
Business Insider just ranked the top ten most stressed-out cities in America, and we were not on the list. (Image: Thinkstock)
We hear a lot about various ways to relieve stress. But did you know there's one solution that's right at your fingertips?
This image released by Nick News shows Nohemy Ruiz, 15, who was diagnosed with brain cancer. (Lucky Duck Productions/Nick News via AP)
Even though Linda Ellerbee has addressed many tough topics with young audiences before, it took a decade before Nickelodeon approved her idea of a "Nick News" episode where children with terminal illnesses talk about their lives.
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Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have started studies to determine if the frequency in which we eat could make a difference in overall health, including cancer and disease risk.
FILE - In this June 22, 2015, photo, a tablet of flibanserin sits on a brochure for Sprout Pharmaceuticals in the company's Raleigh, N.C., headquarters. (AP Photo/Allen G. Breed)
The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved the first prescription drug designed to boost sexual desire in women, a milestone long sought by a pharmaceutical industry eager to replicate the blockbuster success of impotence drugs for men.
A pain in the neck. Its not just someone who annoys you, but actual pain. Dr. Linda Petter says its very common.
In this June 11, 2015 photo,Talia Pisano stands in her bed at Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago. (AP Photo/Christian K. Lee)
Barely 2 years old, Talia Pisano is getting tough treatment for kidney cancer that spread to her brain. She's also getting a chance at having babies of her own someday.
Thousands of bicyclists head out on the 202-mile ride to Portland, Ore. (Photo courtesy of Cascade Bicycle Club)
Whether you ride your bike with the kids for fun or clip in and do the Seattle to Portland Ride, you'll probably experience some sort of neck soreness.
This image provided by Sanofi and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals on Friday, July 24, 2015 shows packaging for the drug Praluent. (Sanofi and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals via AP)
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a first-of-a-kind drug that lowers artery-clogging cholesterol more than older drugs that have been prescribed for decades.
This product image provided by Amazon shows the Kindle Fire HD Kids' Edition. (AP Photo/Amazon)
Take a look around. Where you see kids, you will most likely see electronics. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, kids are spending as many as seven hours a day in front of a screen.