November 2010 Headlines
Turkeys take center stage this time of year-- especially on the Full Quiver Farm where demand for pasture-raised turkeys is high.
Some climate change experts say World War II-style rationing in developed countries may be needed to bring down carbon emissions to fight against global warming
Critics say mixing alcohol with something that's considered dessert is not a good idea.
New dietary guidelines say there's no proof that megadoses prevent cancer or other ailments - sure to frustrate backers of the so-called sunshine vitamin.
Two scientists who live year-round in the frigid Siberian plains say that man -either for food, fuel or fun - hunted the animals to extinction.
Such a phenomenon would cost the health care system $3.35 trillion over the next decade.
Health officials say the outbreak is the result of a large number of parents choosing not to vaccinate their children.
An experimental drug boosted good cholesterol so high and dropped bad cholesterol so low in a study that doctors were stunned.
Close to 10 million Americans suffer from the medical condition known as hyperhidrosis. But there are now ways to help them keep it a secret.
After a year of study, the FDA is expected to rule Wednesday it is not safe to mix alcohol and caffeine.
A new government study says that more than 15,000 deaths a month are caused by hospital errors.
Researchers say that too little sleep causes the body to produce hormones that can cause inflammation of the heart and that could lead to heart disease and stroke.
The Food and Drug Administration is expected to find that caffeine is an unsafe food additive to alcoholic drinks, essentially banning them.
Millions of people who are struggling with the tough-to-use blood thinner warfarin, may soon have another alternative.
The number of Americans without enough food for an active, healthy life remains at a record high.
The discovery of lead in some types of reusable grocery bags has prompted lawmakers to call for a federal investigation.
Invoking the spirit of "Star Trek" in a scholarly article entitled "To Boldly Go," two scientists contend human travel to Mars could happen much more quickly and cheaply if the missions are made one-way.
People receiving treatment for severe acne may be at higher risk of attempting suicide, but it's unclear whether that is caused by the condition or the drug.
The cost of NASA's replacement for the Hubble Space Telescope is giving new meaning to the word astronomical, growing another $1.5 billion.
New cigarette labels show images of corpses, cancer patients, and diseased lungs and teeth.
Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is weighing in on a proposal that would ban sweets in Pennsylvania classrooms.
A nutritionist out to prove a point has lost 27 pounds on what he's calling a Twinkie Diet. His point? It's not what you eat, but how much.
Overweight teens are likely to put on even more weight as young adults, according to new study by the University of North Carolina.
The results of a new study reveal that teens who do a lot of texting are more vulnerable to risky behavior.
Most people don't normally associate video games and senior citizens. But at one Fla. hospital, gaming has proven to be a perfect fit for improving seniors' health.
A new study shows that CT scans can reduce the risk of death from lung cancer by 20 percent.
A potentially dangerous hydrogen gas leak cropped up as NASA fueled Discovery for liftoff Friday.
Scientists say they have taken a big step toward displaying live video in three dimensions.
Operation Blessing International has been successful in providing aid to the victims affected by the deadly tsumani in Indonesia.
Most people agree that drugs are bad, but some British researchers have found that alcohol is most dangerous to your health and lifestyle.
Tropical Storm Tomas could threaten the island nation of Haiti, where more than a million earthquake victims are still living in crowded refugee camps and are very vulnerable to wind and rain.