March 2015 Headlines

Digital Download: Rapzilla's Cutting Edge Mission

What do you get when you mix a 15-year-old Christian missionary kid living in Belgium, rap music, and a computer? Rapzilla.com.

Reversing Regret: Procedure Stops Abortion in Progress

Andrea Minichini immediately regretted making a life-altering decision to abort her baby. But one doctor helped her reverse the effects of the abortive pill and helped save her baby.

Hacked in Seconds: Free Wi-Fi Can Cost You Big

Cyber security experts say it takes only moments for hackers to gain your personal and financial information, and the best way to protect your information is to assume it's always at risk.

Five Years of Obamacare: Fiscal Disaster or Helpful?

This week marks five years since President Barack Obama signed the landmark Affordable Care Act into law.

More Aid Workers Return to US for Ebola Monitoring

Two more American aid workers returned to the United States Wednesday to be monitored for Ebola.

Solar Storm Jolts Earth, No Damage Reported

A severe solar storm smacked the Earth with a surprisingly big geo-magnetic jolt Tuesday, but no damage has been reported.

Weight-Loss Drugs Hit Speed Bumps on Way to Market

More weight-loss drugs are coming on the market, but they may have trouble getting acceptance from doctors and patients.

Burger King Drops Soda from Kids' Menu

Burger King has quietly dropped sugary soft drinks from its kids' menu boards, and they aren't merchandised as part of Burger King kids' meals either.

Chomp on Veggies, Fish to Reduce Cancer Risk

A diet based on vegetables along with some fish could significantly cut your risk of colorectal cancer, according to recent research from Loma Linda University

Fake Eyelashes A Risk to Your Health?

Fake eyelashes are nothing new. For years they've been used to give the appearance of longer, fuller lashes. But optometrists say they actually pose some very real health risks.

Sleep Loss Increases Risk of Weight Gain

Not enough sleep could mean too much weight, according to a new study by the Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.

Cholesterol Drugs May Increase Diabetes Risk

Statin drugs, which people take to lower their cholesterol, could increase a person's risk of type-2 diabetes by 46 percent, according to a new study from Finland.