CNN Site Map for Section Health (Galleries) for October - 2015
- 2015-10-29Recent dream research has revealed the most common nightmares among Americans. Here they are as immortalized by Hollywood.
Hopefully your nightmares about physical aggression are not as intense as the 2004 film "Saw."
- 2015-10-27Julianna Snow, 5, is dying of an incurable disease. Counseling has helped prepare her brother, Alex, for his younger sister's death. He asked if his mom's heart would stop beating when his sister dies because she will be so sad.
- 2015-10-26A team of researchers looked at which types of foods could be the most addictive.They found that the most problematic foods tended to be those that contained a lot of sugar and caused a spike in blood sugar. Topping the list: chocolate.
- 2015-10-23Bud Light was the most popular brand among underage drinkers ages 13 to 20. It accounted for 27.9% of their consumption in a 30-day period, according to a study published in Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research in 2013.
- 2015-10-22Just as Sarah Coglianese's daughter, Scarlett, was learning to walk, Coglianese started to fall. Eventually, she was diagnosed with ALS. Click through the gallery to see more photos of Coglianese and her family.
- 2015-10-21"Neurons" is the first place winner of the Agar Art Contest. It took two days for the bacteria to grow and take form.
- 2015-10-16CrossFit athlete Jenny LaBaw is seen here at the 400-mile mark of a 500-mile run through the Rocky Mountains, from New Mexico to Wyoming. She is raising money for the Epilepsy Foundation of America.
- 2015-10-16Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, knows a thing or two about competition. She was a member of the French national synchronized swimming team as a teen.
- 2015-10-13The world's first prosthetic toe dates to an Egyptian mummy. The Romans and the Greeks wrote about prosthetic arms and legs. But artificial limbs didn't gain a lot of movement and functionality until the 1500s, with hands that had the ability to
- 2015-10-12Dana Schrenk, 31, and husband Jon Ruth, 36, at Baby & Co new birthing center - partly owned by Wake Med - in Cary, North Carolina on September 15, 2015. Schrenk tried to use the tub to deliver her baby, but she was born on the bed. Baby & Co runs
- 2015-10-09Researchers assigned 15 participants from the rural, low-income community of Lenoir County, North Carolina, to take pictures of what "cardiovascular health" means to them and their community. These are their images and words.
- 2015-10-09Mark Pollock competition training with a hand-bike in Norway in 2010. Although he was blind, sports became a passion for him.
- 2015-10-07Alex Seifalian's lab at University College London helps people who lose body parts to repair themselves by growing new ones. Seifalian calls his lab "the human body parts store." Researchers create new parts with synthetic materials and a p
- 2015-10-06If the big storm is coming, fill up your gas tank, be sure the batteries in your flashlight and portable radio are fresh, and stock up on nonperishable groceries. But which foods are best, and what supplies may you be missing? And don't forget to sta
- 2015-10-05Monia, the sister of photographer Giovanni Cocco, lies in bed in Sulmona, Italy, in 2006. She suffered a traumatic brain injury at birth.
- 2015-10-02The Argus II system can restore some vision in people made blind by retinitis pigmentosa. The patient wears a pair of glasses with a small video camera mounted on it, which captures images.
- 2015-10-02U.S. researchers are hopeful that human trials on a revolutionary memory implant will be fruitful. Scientists say that the implant could help people restore the memories of people who have had a stroke or suffered localized brain injury.
- 2015-10-01It's been called the biggest change to hit the American medical system in decades. Starting October 1, medical offices have to learn thousands of new codes to assign to each injury and illness they diagnose. The more detailed codes include some unusu