Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Wed, Oct 01, 2014 12:49 PM
Forget Florida! Norway is the place for splendor in one's dotage, according to a new ranking — though Switzerland, Canada and Germany are hot on its heels.
Video: Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who claims children's vaccinations are linked to autism, says he'll continue his research despite having his medical license revoked.
Jordan Romero now only has to climb the Vinson Massif in Antarctica to become the youngest person to climb the highest peaks on all 7 continents.
Research firm works with chocolate companies to make flavanol-packed bar.
Malaria affects a quarter of a billion people worldwide, and claims upward of 850,000 lives every year,
Beached whale survives thanks to golfer's quick thinking.
Video: A group of extreme dudes walk on water as part of a new sport.
Video: Kent Jones reports on a controversy surrounding the 100th anniversary of the Swiss Yodeling Association when organizers suggested backing performing yodelers with recorded voices.
Dr. Gina Solomon provides answers to health questions raised by the oil rig explosion in the Gulf and the efforts being made to contain it.
If your cat has allergies, here are some expert tips for helping them survive allergy season.
Matt Hickman might be able to save you a trip to the drugstore the next time your kid shows up with a scraped knee.
It turns out the best running shoes are the ones you were born with. An interview with author Christopher McDougall.
Video: Nearly half of all Americans unknowingly live with a chronic health condition such as diabetes or high blood pressure, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Here are five tips for making soap at home.
A granddaughter's risk of breast cancer can be linked all the way back to her grandmother's prenatal diet.
Video: Lisa Hymas of Grist explains why some environmentalists are suggesting that not everyone needs to have children -- and why our sheer numbers could be killing the planet.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.