Stop that damned ringing By Mike Perry
How tinnitus can drive you crazy, and how it can be cured.
Precarious prescriptions By Rob Waters
Can your doctor's poor penmanship hurt you?
Cruel blows By Arthur Allen
Can medical technology save boxers from brain death?
The hole story By Jon Bowen
Drilling your skull: Is it the way to bliss or just extremely dangerous?
Sauce béarnaise syndrome By Susan McCarthy
Learned taste aversion may be nature's way of keeping us away from deadly foods.
"A razor in my bladder" By Nancy Evans
Interstitial cystitis causes excruciating pain -- but some doctors deny it even exists.
Dying to ride By Andrew Taber
As the pro cycling season begins, drug-use scandals continue to explode.
My cancer time bomb By Christopher Scanlan
A child smoker who quit now fears that the first puff was the worst.
Journal wars By Dawn MacKeen
Will the debut of Medscape General Medicine, the first online publication of its kind, change the way health news is delivered?
Passionate eating By Debra Ollivier
Plus Eisner vs. Katzenberg -- who gives more to charity?
The crack-up By Steven Scott Smith
Falling apart may have been just what this overachiever needed.
Heal thyself.com By Arthur Allen
As wired patients go online for medical help, the question is: Can a little knowledge be a dangerous thing?
Heartburn or cardiac arrest By Dawn MacKeen
A cardiologist offers the first proof that his little-used test for heart attacks not only could save lives but billions of dollars.
Tinseltown's diet dame By Sherise Dorf
A writer tries "taking it off" with Alicia Silverstone and Dennis Quaid.
The man in the blue coat By Steven Petrow
A testicular cancer survivor learns that hope is a gift and that fear is a frequent companion.
Sex police By Sally Lehrman
The biology of sex is being hotly debated, as parents, doctors and researchers re-evaluate what it means to be male and female.
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