November 2009 Headlines
What is supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, is actually the opposite. Millions of Americans dread the holidays and are especially sad at this time of year.
Since the April outbreak of swine flu, U.S. officials have declared national health emergencies. But how severe is it?
Big businesses are spending serious time and money trying to limit the swine flu pandemic's impact on operations.
With bright sunlight glinting off it, the shuttle swooped through a clear sky and landed on the runway right on time.
Evolutionists have developed elaborate theories about man being a descendant of lower animals, especially apes. Those theories are being challenged.
A Belgian man who spent half his life in what doctor's thought was a vegetative state was fully conscious all along.
Going to the movies may not seem complete without popcorn, soda or even some candy. But a new study should cause Americans to think twice before indulging.
The German news outlet, Der Spiegel has reported that climate reseachers have found that average global temperatures have stopped rising in the last ten years.
A spacewalking astronaut put aside the impending birth of his daughter and blazed through his first-ever venture outside the International Space Station on Saturday.
For the second time this week, women heard about changes to long-held cancer screening guidelines. Some are wondering if the new guidelines have become political.
The doctors who helped create the government's new guidelines for mammograms are standing by their controversial recommendations.
Thousands of Christians are distributing free copies of Charles Darwin's book, Origin of Species, at 100 of America's top universities.
A new report suggests rising obesity among the American people may cost the United States a hefty $344 billion in medical costs by 2018.
Female immigrants seeking U.S. citizenship will no longer be required to receive the HPV vaccine beginning Dec. 14.
A government panel is telling women they can wait an extra 10 years before they start getting regular tests for breast cancer.
NASA is thrilled their belief that there is water on the moon proved to be true in an expensive experiment last month.
Fingers will be flying when space shuttle Atlantis blasts off Monday.
The Family Research Council is launching a national campaign to highlight treatments using adult stem cells.
Federal health officials now say 4,000 or more Americans likely have died from swine flu - about four times the estimate originally reported.
Sitting for long periods of time can cause deadly clots in the legs that could end up in your lungs.
New research shows being overweight is a major risk factor for left atrial enlargement, and that increases the risk of atrial fibrillation, which is an irregular heartbeat.
A new study that tests how human DNA is used in animal experiments gets underway Tuesday in the United Kingdom.
The spiritual leader of the world's 250 million Orthodox Christians is in the U.S. to meet with national leaders about religious freedom and environmental issues.
Being overweight is directly linked to specific cancers, the USA Today newspaper has reported
Health officials admitted, Wednesday, they may not be able to produce enough vaccines to keep pace with the spread of the H1N1 virus.
Health care reform isn't the only controversial legislation before Congress these days. Washington is debating a climate change bill to fight global warming.
Premature births are the main reason the U.S. infant mortality rate is higher than in most European countries.
In an effort to preserve the smiles of the nation's children, dentists are offering to buy back leftover Halloween candy.
A pro-life group is turning up the heat on a California cosmetics company for using skin-cell proteins from an aborted fetus in anti-aging creams.
Contaminated fresh ground beef caused a possible E. coli outbreak that killed two people and sent 16 others to hospitals.