Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Fri, Jul 11, 2014 11:02 AM
While doctors are disappointed to find traces of HIV in the nearly 4-year-old child, that she remained HIV-free for two years is an encouraging sign for the experimental treatment.
Ending speculation, Malia and Sasha Obama (finally) get their swine flu shots from the White House physician. Their mom and dad will wait.
Everyday chemicals may be feminizing an increasing number of babies.
Motion picture company faces charges of contaminating water supply with chromium 6, a carcinogen.
Naked mole rats are the only known animals in the world that don't get cancer. Now scientists know why, and it may be the key to the cure.
Sweden's new experimental labeling system will begin listing carbon dioxide emissions associated with food production on grocery items and restaurant menus.
Chowing down on junk food makes rats act like heroin addicts.
Bed bugs are back, but this time dogs are taking the lead in sniffing out the nasty pests.
Rice, hemp, cow, soy, almond or goat milk -- which one is better for you?
Yale researchers chart evolutionary trends.
Researchers have discovered a class of pheromones that allow fruit flies to sexually control themselves. Eliminating those chemicals results in no-holds-barred sexual activity ... to the point of ignoring gender and species.
Hotels know they need to do more for guests than provide a good night's rest. These are the top 10 green efforts among hotels.
Don't let sunburn, bug bites or poison ivy spoil your summer. Let Mother Nature soothe your pain without hurting your wallet or the planet.
Top 10 green U.S. cities
Like water for chocolate? Researchers now say that water may be just as effective a comfort food as chocolate, but without the calories.
The herbicide atrazine is suspected of causing birth defects, reproductive problems.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.