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Do Men and Women Experience Concussions Differently?

Differences between the male and female brain are surprisingly minimal. So could your sex affect how your brain responds to traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), like concussions? For years, scientists believed the answer was no, but recent research is beginning to suggest otherwise.

Women's Equality Day - Female Pioneers in Radiology: Part 2

Last year, we brought you some of the most influential women in radiology. But (luckily!) we couldn't cover all of the amazing women in this practice in just one piece. That's why we’re back with more of the most prominent women in radiology, in honor of this weekend's Women’s Equality Day!

9 Quotes About Cancer That Will Inspire You

If you know someone battling cancer, pass along some of these famous and inspiring quotes.

8 Tips to Help Someone With Claustrophobia Get Through an MRI

Whether you have been diagnosed with claustrophobia or are just a little nervous about your upcoming MRI scan, here are a few things that may help you get through an MRI successfully.

The Unusual Signs of Advanced Lung Cancer

Because lung cancer typically presents without any symptoms, it’s incredibly difficult to catch in the early stages without a screening. In fact, many stage one lung cancers are found after a patient requests a chest x-ray for other, unrelated reasons.

The Difference Between Youth and Adult Cancers

Cancer is a disease that’s caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in the body. Though anyone can develop the disease, certain cancers are more common in children than adults, and vice-versa.

When it Comes to Your Health, Happiness is Just as Important as Diet and Exercise

To be in good health, all you need to do is eat right and exercise, right? While we’re certainly not denying that those are essential for good health, there’s one more important thing you need. Yup, we’re talking about happiness! Believe it or not, your overall mood and self-described “level of happiness” plays a major role in your health.