December 2011 Headlines
Eating certain foods may help protect your brain as you age and keep you mentally sharp.
Chances are you've probably hiked a nature trail. But have you ever hiked a nature trail where you can snack from the trees and plants as you walk along?
NASA is counting down the seconds until its twin spacecraft bound for the moon make back-to-back arrivals over the New Year's weekend.
California's Saddleback Church, led by Pastor Rick Warren, has lost 250,000 pounds following the "Daniel Plan," based on the first chapter of the book of Daniel.
Pew researchers found that just 51 percent of all adults have tied the knot.
The push to keep smokers out of public places is getting stronger, with restaurants and malls kicking them out. Now some businesses are taking it further.
Billionaire and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is picking up where NASA left off -- announcing his plans to launch a new commercial space travel company.
The federal government wants states to ban drivers from using cell phones and other electronic devices behind the wheel, except in emergencies.
A judge is set to hear arguments Tuesday about whether the federal government has the right to restrict teenage girls' access to a generic version of Plan B.
Tough new state laws designed to stop people from texting when they drive don't seem to be working, especially among younger drivers.
Young teenage girls won't be able to buy the controversial Plan B or "morning after" pill without a prescription.
America's wild weather year has set another record: a dozen billion-dollar catastrophes.
A new study has confirmed what many women have long suspected, working mothers multitask more than working dads and have the stress to prove it.
New research published Monday in the journal Pediatrics
shows only 1 percent of 10 to 17-year-olds have ever sent a sexually explicit picture over text messaging.
A new study by the Pew Research Center has confirmed what many of us already know -- that people, mostly young adults, go online for no good reason.
In the United States alone, 1.2 million Americans are living with HIV and there are 50,000 new infections every year.
Christian groups are elated about one company's recent decision to stop its embryonic stem cell research.