Drag Racing Legend Muldowney Having Cancerous Lung RemovedA three-time Top Fuel champion, Muldowney was the first woman to win an NHRA race in a professional class in 1976. She won championships in 1977, 1980 and 1982.
Formerly Conjoined Twins Released From Texas HospitalTwin girls who were formerly conjoined below the waist have been released from a South Texas hospital.
Cancer Patient Receives First Penis Transplant In USA Boston hospital says a cancer patient has received the first penis transplant in the United States.
Mavs Guard Devin Harris Has Surgeries On Left Toe, ThumbHarris had both surgeries Tuesday in New York. They were performed by different doctors at the Hospital for Special Surgery.
Rangers Darvish Set For 1st Rehab Start Since Tommy John SurgeryTexas Rangers ace Yu Darvish is scheduled to pitch Sunday in his first minor league rehab start since Tommy John surgery more than 13 months ago.
Mavs Parsons Has Knee Surgery, Out For Rest Of SeasonThe Dallas Mavericks announced that forward Chandler Parsons underwent arthroscopic surgery on Friday.
Paralyzed Teen Pursues Dreams, Vows To "Live Life"A North Texas teen who was paralyzed is not giving up on returning to the life he once lived.
Exclusive Interview: Tony Romo Talks Surgery, Downplays InjuryTony Romo talks about the confusion surrounding his health. Will he have surgery or won't he?
Oklahoma RB Perine Has Surgery On Left AnkleThe school said in a news release that Perine injured a ligament during the Orange Bowl loss to Clemson on December 31. He played through pain at times and finished with 15 carries for 58 yards and a touchdown.
Crawford To Undergo Shoulder SurgeryCowboys defensive tackle Tyrone Crawford tried to keep on the down-low the fact that he played most of 2015 with a torn rotator cuff.
Cowboys Put Dez Bryant On Season-Ending Injury ReserveThe Dallas Cowboys placed WR Dez Bryant on season ending injured reserve Wednesday.
Who's Too Old For Major Treatment? Age Not Always A BarrierVery old age is no longer an automatic barrier for aggressive therapies, from cancer care like the former President Jimmy Carter has received, to major heart procedures, joint replacements and even some organ transplants.