CNN Site Map for Section Health (Galleries) for March - 2017
- 2017-03-30Sandy Ludwig cradles a baby while volunteering at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals in Lincoln, Nebraska
- 2017-03-21To help train first responders to medical emergencies, New York Presbyterian Hospital released a jam-packed Spotify playlist of songs for CPR. The songs are all 100 beats per minute -- the right beat to perform CPR to.
Among the tracks: "Crazy In Lo
- 2017-03-21When it comes to fibbing, it takes one to know one. Some research suggests accomplished liars are better at detecting lies. They may also be good actors, and lack emotions such as guilt.
- 2017-03-17Alaska's unique wilderness race, the Susitna 100, challenges athletes on bikes, skis and running shoes to brave the elements and test their own limits.
- 2017-03-17Guinness, the famous stout beer, had among its famous slogans of the 1920s, '30s and '40s such health claims such as "Guinness is good for you" and "Guinness for Strength."
- 2017-03-15Experts in the field of regenerative medicine believe one of the first areas of success when using stem cell-derived therapies will be the treatment of macular degeneration, which causes progressive loss of sight, and other retinal diseases. Click through
- 2017-03-13Jane Austen, author "Emma" and "Pride and Prejudice," was born in 1775 and died in 1817. Sandra Tuppen, lead curator of Modern Archives & Manuscripts 1601-1850 at the British Library, suggested in a blog post that Austen was poison
- 2017-03-09Not eating enough fruit led to to an estimated 7.5% diet-related "cardiometabolic deaths" in 2012, the researchers said in a recent study in JAMA. Two servings of fruit are recommended each day. A serving would equal one whole fruit, such as an
- 2017-03-09Every year, the Environmental Working Group publishes its Dirty Dozen list, naming the fruits and vegetables that rank highest in pesticide residue. This year, strawberries remained at the top of the list; a single sample of strawberries showed 20 pestici
- 2017-03-08Before he was born, Johnna Kerres' son, Everett, had a new procedure to close the spina bifida lesions on his back. The Kerreses hope to use their picture of mom and son to spread awareness of spina bifida and the medical advances around it.
- 2017-03-07Mary Pellegrino gave birth to Bennett 15 weeks early. He weighed 1 pound, 2 ounces. She was in the intensive care unit after suffering a complication of preeclampsia called HELLP, which includes liver damage.
- 2017-03-06A new study suggests that eating plant protein can lower your risk of death, while eating meat is associated with an increased risk of death. Soy serves as a source of protein, such as in the form of tofu.
- 2017-03-01Breast augmentation, which is intended to enlarge or change the shape of the breasts, was the most-popular surgical cosmetic procedure in 2016, with 290,467 procedures.
- 2017-03-01Sarah Hughes, right, and her mother, Fiona, have endured 24 years of Sarah's struggle with systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis, a debilitating autoimmune disease. But a new treatment has given her another chance at life. Click through our gallery
- 2017-03-01Maria, who was born without arms and legs, was adopted by the Stewart family from a special-needs orphanage in Cavite, Philippines.