Who is $104,500 richer? The answer is John Schultz, 29, a computer programmer with the University of Michigan School of Medicine in Ann Arbor, and a five-time champion on the “Jeopardy!” television quiz show.
A Colorado group is offering some unconventional support to breast cancer survivors: a bit of skin art to help mask their scars.
Those squat disinfecting robots that zap deadly pathogens seem to have more personality than expected.
Adults aren’t the only ones whose post-surgical pain can be alleviated by listening to music. Children can benefit, too—but they want to control the playlist.
Apparently, “Star Trek” isn't the go-to resource for demonstrating how to resuscitate victims of cardiac arrest.
"Seinfeld” famously was a show about nothing. But for some medical students in New Jersey, the antics of Jerry, George, Kramer, Elaine and Newman in the classic '90s sitcom have become teachable moments.
Dr. Richard Krugman will soon step down as dean of the University of Colorado School of Medicine after 23 years.
Former UnitedHealth Group CEO Dr. Bill McGuire is known for his controversially deep pockets. And he's hopeful that money can help him build a soccer empire in Minnesota.
Nighthawks,” Edward Hopper's famous 1942 painting, has been the subject of numerous tributes and parodies. “Simpsons” characters, superheroes and the “Star Trek” cast have all taken a seat at Hopper's all-night diner.
Consider the humble cod. For centuries one of the most sought-after North Atlantic fish for tables on both sides of the ocean, cod is central to a wide array of comforting dishes.
Two healthcare subjects topped Facebook's list of the most popular topics in the U.S. for 2014: Ebola and the Ice Bucket Challenge.
The empty spacesuit that sat on the operating table in a lab at Houston Methodist Hospital's research institute made for an unusual patient.