Bone Marrow Transplant

Aug 19, 2009, 10:32 PM - Focus on Health

A cancer diagnosis is no longer a death sentence.

Some people are living longer, others are beating it all together -- thanks to cancer research and some personal sacrifice.

Amy Brooks had leukemia. The treatment was harsh, but it did seem to deliver the knockout blow to her leukemia. ...

Economy Takes Toll on Healthcare

Aug 8, 2009, 10:37 PM - Jeff Angileri

It is an alarming trend across the country -- Americans are neglecting their health, and the poor economy is to blame.

With thousands of people losing their jobs, and subsequently their insurance, health care in America is taking a bruising. ...

Heat & Humidity Put Athletes At Risk

Aug 5, 2009, 6:20 PM - Fox Focus on Health

Six U.S. student athletes died on the field in 2008 because of the heat -- four were in high school and two were in college.

Sports medicine specialists say, while death from heat is rare, getting sick from it isn't.

Coach Todd Greguson knows that he's got to keep his baseball players cool when the heat and humidity are high. ...

Zumbathon Cancer Benefit

Jul 29, 2009, 7:20 PM - Jeff Angileri

A special fundraiser this weekend offers you a chance to get fit and help people whose lives are affected by cancer at the same time.

It's a Zumbathon.

People who Zumba know the amazing effect it can have on a person's body.

"Energized is probably the best word," said Kathy Sitter. ...

Woman to Undergo Surgery in Live Webcast

Jul 14, 2009, 8:22 PM - Jeff Angileri

Wednesday, a Columbus woman will bare her hip to the world all in the name of education.  From 4pm - 5pm on July 15, anyone with a broadband internet connection can watch her total hip replacement surgery live on the internet and ask questions which will be answered by the doctor performing the surgery or one of two other orthopedic surgeons hosting the webcast. ...