Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Thu, Oct 30, 2014 6:25 PM
Scientists are surprised to find that the virus can leap from one taxonomic kingdom to another.
Most of us spend our days on our behinds -- and it's killing us.
Chanie Kirschner recommends going to the park, the ice rink or the zoo during the chilly months.
A daily dose of pistachios can help prevent cancer.
Company claims you can improve your physique just by walking in these new shoes. Is this a magic bullet or just smoke and mirrors?
Video: Lauren Johnson, the girl who appeared on the Today show last month after sneezing constantly for more than a week, updates Meredith Viera on her condition.
Video: Dieting according to your blood type may help shed pounds. KNSD's Catherine Garcia reports.
Video: While the latest government figures show a dramatic downturn in the number of H1N1 cases, some doctors are expecting a third wave.
Only so many cases of breast cancer are caused by genetic mutations. Could environmental factors, such as the chemicals found in some plastics, be to blame for the rest?
New legislation would ban the use of a carcinogenic medicine given to turkeys and other livestock.
New Orleans study finds that arsenic-treated wood leaves harmful levels of the toxic chemical in the soil.
Made from antibiotic-releasing fibers, the new bandage protects the wound until it is no longer needed, then simply melts away.
Each year, as many as 20 million people get sick from drinking contaminated water in the U.S.
Video: The town of Cândido Godói in Brazil is experiencing something that might make a great premise for a Twilight Zone episode -- the rate of twin births is almost 1000% above the global average.
New kids on the block in the 'surf ghetto' of California are changing the surf industry's impact on the Earth and the sea.
This holiday season, green your home (and maybe your guests) with these five tips to boost your eco-hospitality.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.