Innovative technology is giving soldiers another weapon on the battlefield, and it's not what you think.
Anyone on the Internet can now find stolen login information to access government computers, according to a CIA-backed tech company.
Most Americans are too fat. A new study shows three-quarters of men and two-thirds of women are now obese or overweight.
A five-day diet that mimics fasting could improve long-term health by helping the body to "reboot."
Unforgiveness is classified in medical books as a disease. According to Dr. Steven Standiford, chief of surgery at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, refusing to forgive makes people sick and keeps them that way.
As Americans are increasingly fed up with the insurance-based medical system, many are turning to what's known as concierge medicine, a system that puts you and your doctor back in charge of your healthcare.
The Food and Drug Administration is cracking down on trans fats, saying they must be removed from the food supply with three years.
The government is working on ways to identify people by their tattoos.
A new startup company called Prynt has revived the classic Polaroid device, but with a little twist.
The health and safety of both mothers and their babies was front of mind in a federal court ruling on a Texas abortion clinic law Tuesday.