January 2010 Headlines
Many Americans choose losing weight as their New Year's resolution. Unfortunately, many people choose fad diets that can do more harm than good.
Things are heating up for the United Nations climate panel as critics claim the group is using sloppy science in its climate change research.
Therese Borchard, author of the hit daily blog "Beyond Blue," spoke to CBN News about what helped her survive depression, anxiety and other depressive issues.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will donate $10 billion over the next decade to research new vaccines and bring them to the world's poorest countries.
Higher Medicare copays led to fewer doctors visits and to more and longer hospital stays, a large new study reveals.
If the cardiologist's warnings don't scare you, consider this: Controlling blood pressure just might be the best protection yet known against dementia.
People with early lung cancer who quit smoking could double their chances of surviving, a new study says.
once called Youngstown, Ohio "one of the fastest dying cities in the nation." But the Rust Belt city has given birth to an incredible story of sacrifice.
As millions head to tanning beds before spring break, the Food and Drug Administration will be debating how to toughen warnings that sunlamps pose cancer risks.
A group of kids in Denver recently recreated a miniature version one of Genghis Khan's most famous weapons.
Johnson & Johnson expanded a recall of over-the-counter medications Friday, the second time it has done so in less than a month because of a moldy smell that has made users sick.
Unfortunately, many new mothers try to keep their depression a secret and doing so could have devastating consequences.
For those trying to prevent military suicides, the wife of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has some advice. Don't foret the spouses.
The rate of obesity in the U.S. seems to be leveling off, according to a major government study published on Wednesday.
A new study shows that being a couch potato may shorten your life.
Some popular costume jewelry made for children in China has tested positive for extremely high levels of the toxic metal cadmium.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reports that the weather during the month of December was one of the coldest in U.S. history.
More than 30 percent of all American adults use a smart phone. Apple's iPhone has long dominated the market - until now.
The fight against fat has gone high-tech. Scientists are using new wireless sensors to get more accurate data on people who are overweight.
Getting a good night's sleep may help prevent and treat depression in teens.
The U.S. has lifted its ban on immigrants with HIV or AIDS from entering the country. The new rule eliminating the ban went into effect Monday.