Imagine if you felt like you were going to choke every time you ate or drank? That's what people with a condition called achalasia have to deal with daily. Now, there's a simple procedure that could offer relief, it's surgery without an incision.
Thirty-thousand children and adults in the United States are living with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that affects the lungs. For some, a lung transplant is the only hope for survival, but one woman had her lungs and more transplanted.
You've probably heard about phthalates, the chemicals that make plastic soft and flexible. They're practically in everything, but a new study reveals another reason pregnant women should try to avoid them.
It's the hormone that regulates muscle mass, energy, and sex drive, and some men think more is better. You see it on TV, in magazines, and on shelves everywhere you turn, but few men know the dangers of taking testosterone.
Imagine losing your hair, vomiting every time you ate and living in extreme pain. Now, imagine if doctors couldn't help you because they couldn't figure out what was wrong. Well, that's exactly what happened to one woman with whom we talked.
Today is National Doctor's Day - a perfect day for a local breast cancer patient to honor her doctor, and why not do it on LIVE TV? Watch as she surprises Dr. Joseph Russo from St. Luke's on 69 News at Sunrise.