When Alzheimer’s strikes, it takes away more than just memories. It steals lives.
For many cancers, the odds of survival now are better than ever and going up.
Kids aren’t just small adults. Their needs are unique, and diseases can affect them differently.
Diabetes is on the rise in our country and, for millions, a daily struggle to keep under control.
It strikes more Americans than any other condition. But scientists are poised to change that statistic.
With 11 possible symptoms, lupus is one of the hardest diseases to diagnose and even harder to treat.
For nearly 40 years, the Putnam City school district family has been committed to fighting cancer with OMRF.
OMRF and OU’s Stephenson Cancer Center join forces to launch clinical trials.
OSU sophomore Nick Elroy is spending his summer on atherosclerosis research.
Cross family hosts rodeo event to honor father’s triumph over cancer
A growing body of scientific evidence indicates that what’s good for your lungs is also good for your brain.
Is it safe for children and adolescents to lift weights? Or does pumping iron at a young age risk stunting their growth?
What, if anything, does the research say about compression socks? Are they a worthwhile investment?
So what’s a father to do? Is there any harm in letting my seventh-grade sophisticate have a cup of (decaf) joe?