October 2008 Headlines
A new study out of Japan says eating your food too quickly and until you're full triples your chances of being obese.
Right now in America, 73,000 people need kidney transplants. Every couple of hours one of them dies.
Food allergies among American children are increasing at an alarming rate.
Doctors say eating a "Western diet" heavy on meat, fried and salty foods accounts for a third of heart attacks worldwide.
Regular exercise can help reverse mental decline for those suffering from Alzheimer's.
Some breakfast cereals meant for kids contain more than 50 percent sugar, a recent study revealed.
Not getting enough sleep might be linked to obesity in teenagers.
Scientists and astronauts are wanting to form an organization to monitor asteroids.