Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Thu, Dec 12, 2013 7:05 AM
The number of people developing - and dying from - cancer has skyrocketed to 14 million, according to world health experts.
Variation in reporting the infection from country to country makes understandiong the spread of the virus difficult.
Kick your too-sweet and too-fatty granola habit with a new delicious yet healthy granola made with quinoa, spelt, amaranth and other whole grains.
Study performed on rats shows that high levels of alcohol during adolescence alter stress responses in adulthood.
California attorney general says Brazilian Blowout lied about the safety of its hair-straightening product, which contains a carcinogen.
Death of a significant other can trigger potentially harmful rapid increases in heart rate and changes in heart-rhythm regularity.
Over 30 years, the number of smokers in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area has decreased by half.
Wannabe wizards converge on the Big Apple from all over the U.S. for the fourth annual Quidditch World Cup.
Learn how to get some shut-eye without prescription medications.
Energy drinks have more caffeine than a cup of coffee and that caffeine could combine with other ingredients in potentially risky ways.
Several states have been having trouble finding sodium thiopental — the first and most crucial of three drugs used in lethal injections.
Does allergy season get you down? Try ingesting a parasitic worm, say some doctors.
More than 200 college students participated in the research study.
Chanie Kirschner takes us back to science class -- and reminds us that there are a lot worse noises that your body can make.
Think you know yourself like the back of your hand? Here are 28 strange things about the human body that we found on the Internet.
A new study is fueling a debate about whether acne drugs such as Accutane prompt suicidal thoughts.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.