Everyday noises may cause increased risk of heart disease: Experts
Researchers believe noise pollution causes a surge in stress hormones.
White House doctor: Trump in good health, passed cognitive exam
Presidential physician Dr. Ronny Jackson answered reporters' questions at the White House daily press briefing.
Meet the 87 Year Old Genius Inventor Credited with Saving Millions of Lives
ABC News' Alex Mallin meets Robert Fischell, the author of more than 200 patents ranging from life-saving medical devices to a bowl for keeping cereal crispy.
Study Claims Mammograms Can Help Screen for Heart Disease
We have a big health headline for you now. Heart disease, the leading cause of death among women. Now a new report reveals that mammograms primarily used to screen for breast cancer may also one day help diagnose heart disease. ABC news chief women's health correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton is here
Instant Index: Are Kids More Likely to Take After Mom or Dad?
ABC News' David Muir reports the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
Wintry Weather and Your Heart
Drs. Timothy Johnson and Barry Franklin discuss the specific risks posed by cold temperatures.
Instant Index: Ancient Mummies' CAT Scans Reveal Clogged Arteries
Take a look at this it's kind of science medical science for your help a mummy is getting it happens again researchers used a high powered machine. To look for centuries old clues about heart disease it turns out the 4000 year old had a two. The tests show a third of them had clogged arteries and
Bill Weir's Second Opinion
A famous doctor inspires a backlash -- and defends his diagnosis and the pricey test he used.
Berries Good for Memory?
Healthy living the results of a giant study released today about a kind of super fruit that allegedly can boost your brain we've been hearing for some time. About the health benefits of blueberries how they can help preserve memory well today this study. Told us how much you have to eat and how
Can Citrus Lower Stroke Risk?
New research suggests that a compound in citrus fruits may significantly reduce the risk of stroke in women. Women who ate the most citrus 19% lower risk than women who ate the least. Here now to discuss the study and what's behind it as doctor Suzanne on cardiologist and director of women and