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  • WHO to assess cell phones' link to cancer

    The World Health Organization says it will convene an expert meeting this month to determine whether radiation from cell phones and other wireless devices causes cancer.


  • Paralyzed man freely moves after getting implant

    After Rob Summers was paralyzed below the chest in a car accident in 2006, his doctors told him he would never stand again. They were wrong.


  • 'Gorgeous Gabby' sheds helmet after skull surgery

    Scribbled on the helmet protecting Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' injured head was a simple reminder: 5/17/11, the date doctors said she could take it off for the last time.


  • Medical examiner loses key approval

    The D.C. medical examiner's office is "at a loss" to explain why a professional association declined to renew the office's accreditation, while questions remain about the potential impact on law enforcement initiatives and perceptions in the courtroom, city officials said.


  • Doc: 'Gorgeous Gabby' awake after skull surgery

    Scribbled on the helmet protecting Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' injured head was a simple reminder: 5/17/11, the date doctors said she could take it off for the last time.


  • Doc: 'Georgeous Gabby' awake after skull surgery

    A day after surgery to repair her skull, Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' doctor has dubbed her "gorgeous Gabby," encouraged by how she looks and is communicating after an operation considered a major milestone in her recovery from a gunshot wound.


  • Swimmer's ear medical costs total $500M a year

    The first national estimates of swimmer's ear say it causes about 2.4 million trips to doctors and hospitals in a year.


  • Rep. Giffords has surgery to repair skull

    Doctors repaired Gabrielle Giffords' skull on Wednesday, the latest milestone in her recovery from an assassination attempt and a procedure that experts say will improve her quality of life.


  • Giffords awake, communicates after skull surgery

    A day after surgery to repair her skull, Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' doctor has dubbed her "gorgeous Gabby," encouraged by how she looks and is communicating after an operation considered a major milestone in her recovery from a gunshot wound.


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