(CHESTERFIELD, Mo.) -- Dr. Steven Brown is on the front line of the battle against the surge of COVID-19 cases. But for him, the front line is also the home front. Working overnights, the 66-year-old critical care specialist manages hundreds of intensive care unit patients... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Olympic teams often have coaches, trainers and physical therapists on their staff. But for the Tokyo Games, the U.S. Weightlifting team has added another role to help its athletes perform at the top of their game – a sleep performance director. Dr.... Read More.
Tilda Swinton reflected on her time starring in the 2016 Marvel movie Doctor Strange, where she was controversially cast as the Ancient One -- a character who, in the comics, is a man of Asian descent. Swinton, a Scottish actress, found herself in a precarious situation once her casting was... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A distinguished New Jersey doctor considered a "giant in the field of infectious diseases" has died of COVID-19. Dr. Rajendra Kapila was a professor at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and was a founding member of the New Jersey Infectious Disease Society. The... Read More.
(HONOLULU) — On Wednesday, somewhere over the Pacific, a woman who didn't know she was pregnant gave birth to a baby boy. Lavinia "Lavi" Mounga was flying from Salt Lake City to Honolulu on April 28 for a vacation when she gave birth to her... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- More than six million women of childbearing age in the United States have difficulty getting pregnant or staying pregnant, yet infertility, and specifically the emotional and physical pain that comes with it, is still a taboo topic, even among some women. L'Oreal... Read More.
(THE WOODLANDS, Texas) -- The two victims in the fatal Tesla crash that occurred this past weekend in Texas have been identified as William Varner and Everette Talbot, the local medical examiner's office said Wednesday. The fiery crash involved a 2019 Tesla Model S car,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Dr. Sharon Ingram, a board-certified OBGYN in Florida, was in medical school when her four-month-old son, Alton Jr., died of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) while at a day care center. "I dropped out of medical school because I thought that I... Read More.