This Waiter Helps a Customer With Huntington’s Disease Every Week
A server's good deed went viral after another customer shared a heartwarming photo.
Are Male and Female Brains Different?
Some things -- size, gray matter locations, wiring patterns -- could explain why the sexes seem different. But do they really matter?
How to Keep Your Brain Fit for Life
You already use your brain every day, but to really keep it healthy for years to come, you've got to go above and beyond your normal routine. WebMD shares the best ways to protect yourself from memory loss and mental decline as you age.
Stem Cell Clinical Trial for ALS: Patient's Story
WebMD talks to ALS patient John Jerome and his doctors about the ALS stem cell trial being done at Emory University.
Why Do You Always Get Lost?
Some people lose their way all the time; others have an innate sense of direction. Here's how their brains are different.
Bob Woodruff's Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery
ABC News journalist Bob Woodruff talks with WebMD about his experiences before, during, and after a traumatic brain injury that occurred in Iraq while on a 2006 reporting assignment.
Angela Lansbury Advocates for ALS Research
Angela Lansbury advocates for research on ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease).
Smarter About Health Than a 5th-Grader?
See how much you really know. Take our 5th-grade health quiz, a takeoff on the popular new TV show.
Cerebral Palsy Key to Josh Blue's Act
Cerebral palsy is no joke, yet comic Josh Blue keeps fans laughing.