This isn't the first time the "Notorious RBG" has bounced back from health scares.
People swallow fish bones all the time. But it's rare for fish bones to pierce a hole through the intestine, as was the case for one man in Japan.
A teen girl in India who secretly ate her own hair ended up having a giant hairball removed from her stomach.
Dozens of companies invite consumers to spit in a tube to determine which antidepressant is right for them. There's little evidence that these tests work.
Psoriasis causes new skin cells to grow in days rather than weeks. New skin builds up rapidly, forming thick patches and scales on the surface.
Experts in New Zealand are warning men not to consume a type of lichen that's been touted as a natural treatment for erectile dysfunction.
Here's why switching insulins can be so challenging and how medical professionals can help patients do it safely.
A woman's daily habit of cleaning her ears with cotton swabs led to a life-threatening infection in her skull.
A man was diagnosed with penile ossification, a rare condition in which bone forms inside the penis.
If you've ever had a muscle seize up, you know it's painful and can stop you in your tracks. But what actually causes muscle cramps or spasms, and what can be done about it?
There are many different kinds of epilepsy with symptoms ranging from mild to potentially life-threatening.
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