Serene Branson, the reporter in Los Angeles who appeared to have suffered a stroke on-air, was actually in the midst of a complex migraine. Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC News chief medical editor, explains this condition.
People with a family history of alcoholism, especially women, have an elevated risk of also becoming obese, according to a new study. And the link between the two appears to be strengthening — the risk of becoming obese, for people with alcoholics in their family, is higher now than in the past, the Full story
In the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Deborah Capko demonstrates the proper way to give yourself a breast exam, a proactive step toward early detection.