Vox, Ford, M.D.
Articles by Vox, Ford, M.D.
The throat culture for strep won't pick up a different potent germ that can put you in the hospital.
The neurosurgeon and chief medical correspondent for CNN takes on brain death and modern medicine.
An expensive new drug may be approved next spring. There may be a much cheaper way to make a vaccine.
His new book, 'Here's the Deal: Don't Touch Me,' explores the world of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
For younger gamers, Wii exercises and virtual sports burn just a few calories and don't help the heart.
A common chemical in plastic may make little boys behave a bit more like little girls.
Value of test in detecting prostate cancer is under attack—but that's wrongheaded.
Adding to toxicity concerns, the chemical might be bad news for the bedroom. But how bad?
Transcranial magnetic stimulation could have many other medical uses, too, says the neurologist.
It's a faster way to get to "personalized medicine," tailoring treatment to each person's genes.