The top 10 health stories of 2008

A review of the major health news of the year, including: the ongoing debate over blood sugar level in type 2 diabetics, a new source of stem cells, genetic testing marketed to the general public, a new type of CT scanning, and health care reform. (Locked) More »

What's up…and what's down

Studies reinforce the benefits of hand washing in preventing illness, and suggest that red wine may provide protection from lung cancer in some people, but B vitamins do not appear to offer any help against Alzheimer's disease. (Locked) More »

The no-name cancer

Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is a cancer of the immune system. There are several varieties, some more aggressive than others. Depending on the type, if detected early enough it is often treatable, and sometimes curable. (Locked) More »