Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Fri, Aug 29, 2014 1:27 PM
Depending on how much time you spend inside, that cool blast of air can leave you dried out.
These dietary dynamos fight everything from cholesterol to cancer, helping you live a longer, healthier life.
Video: 27-year-old Turk, who stands 8 feet 1 inch tall, also has world's largest hands.
There's always a push for kids to play outside, but they should lounge indoors when the particle pollution or ozone is high.
One of the cleanest places in your home may actually be one of the dirtiest, according to a study that suggests one in five showerheads spews out bacteria.
Vanessa talks good toys, bad toys and Earth-friendly sex.
As syphilis cases skyrocket nationwide, health officials have taken up an unusual strategy for getting people tested: handing out Wal-Mart and McDonald's gift cards.
A massive investigation of water pollution records reveals a web of lax oversight, weak environmental standards, toxic water and illness.
President Obama calls for action on health care reform. Watch the speech in its entirety.
We caught up with one woman who's made it her mission to turn the tournament green.
A plastic surgeon noticed that patients were headache-free after receiving forehead lifts and a surgical 'cure' to migraine headaches was born.
Here are five questions you need to ask to uncover whether your gym is eco-friendly.
The FDA has now confirmed that the disgusting sludge a man poured from a freshly opened Pepsi can was a dead frog or toad.
In the fight against swine flu, officials have unleashed a blockbuster ally: Elmo, the fuzzy Sesame Street character who's teaching kids to wash their hands.
Brush-on, roll-on or shake-on Sunforgettable sunscreen powder doesn’t use any drying talcs, harsh alcohols, artificial dyes or heavy preservatives.
How did MSNBC's Rachel Maddow spend her summer vacation? Holed up in bed with the swine flu.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.