Brain aneurysm: A race to live  Featured
Brain aneurysm: A race to live
A brain aneurysm left 63-year-old Kathy Ciolino fighting for her life. Find out what minimally invasive treatment doctors used to save her life just in time.
Facebook: Hobby, habit or addiction?  Featured
Facebook: Hobby, habit or addiction?
People say they’re “giving up” Facebook for all sorts of reasons: Maybe it’s after a bad break-up or during Lent. Maybe they are just plain tired of the drama. A leading psychiatrist lays it on the line about how Facebook truly can be an obsession.
Without new antibiotics, growing resistance a ‘ticking time bomb’ 
Without new antibiotics, growing resistance a ‘ticking time bomb’
The overuse of antibiotics is creating a potential crisis scientist say. New strains of deadly bacteria are proving difficult, if not impossible, to stop.
Students get rare view into live open-heart surgery 
Students get rare view into live open-heart surgery
Tired of telling your teen to sit up, eat right, don’t smoke, slow down and drive carefully? Perhaps some real face time with a physician performing surgery on an unhealthy heart might get the point across.
Inside the new physician classrooms 
Inside the new physician classrooms
Doctors are using social media to not only connect but to educate themselves on the latest in health information and trends.
Heart-healthy apps  Featured
Heart-healthy apps
Ever thought about checking your heart rate with your camera phone? “Cool” may not save lives, but these apps use nifty technology to keep you heart-healthy. Here’s a review of three apps.
New app helps maintain healthy habits 
New app helps maintain healthy habits
Indiana University’s new app nags, tracks your progress