July 2015 Headlines
For the first time in decades, Americans are eating less than they have in the past.
Women may have a new weapon in the fight against breast cancer: coffee.
Divorced women do worse than divorced men when it comes to heart health. Family therapist Linda Mintle explains why the sudden shift in lifestyle is oftentimes more stressful for women than men.
Social networks are a great place to keep up with friends and family - but they can also be a dangerous for kids. That's why Zach Marks created Grom Social at the age of 11.
Scientists have discovered a gene that causes some people to overeat.
With teens now being able to buy the drug without the prescription, Dr. Linda Mintle, a license family therapist, says this is cause for major concern. How does this drug affect young teens,emotionally and physically?
More people are signing up for Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act than expected, concerning some lawmakers that states will not be able to afford the enrollment surge.
Many conservative Christians don't agree that humans help cause climate change. They might be surprised to find, however, that two of the more respected believers in climate change are evangelical Christians with conservative leanings.
The vast majority of America's kids need to exercise more, according to a new study released by the NFL's Play 60 Fitnessgram Partnership Project.
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft's fly-by around Pluto is being called true exploration and phenomenal.
The Food and Drug Association now warns that NSAID drugs raise your risk of heart attacks and strokes by as much as 50 percent.
If you want to keep your brain healthy as you get older, and possibly cut your risk of Alzheimer's or dementia, try improving your diet.
An unhealthy lifestyle - like being overweight, eating poorly, smoking and drinking and not getting enough exercise - can cut shorten your life by as much as 23 years.
The World Health Organization says taxes should be higher on cigarettes so people won't smoke as many of them.
Doctors are looking at the effects of an insulin pill for treating potential diabetics.
Sometimes the time it takes to get to the emergency room means the difference between life and death. That's why people in rural areas are worried about losing their hospitals.