March 2012 Headlines
Doctors are warning people to be on high alert against the Norovirus, commonly known as the stomach flu.
The governors of Texas, Iowa and Kansas, along with lieutenant governors in Nebraska and South Dakota, are defending the beef filler nicknamed "pink slime."
Baby Adam came into the world with no eyelids, no nose, no hands, and legs fused together. His birth parents abandoned him, but God had bigger plans.
Living a healthier lifestyle could cut your risk of cancer in half, scientists say.
On the hunt for heart-healthy foods? Researchers say eating raisins and soy products on a regular basis can help lower blood pressure.
A new report in the Archives of Internal Medicine adds to a series of studies proving the negative effects of sitting for extended periods of time.
The Syracuse University study comes as the Environmental Protection Agency is issuing new regulations Tuesday on global warming.
According to an article published in the The Lancet, several of large studies show that taking aspirin every day cuts your overall risk of dying from cancer.
Do trans fats really cause Alzheimer's disease? That question led one Pacific Northwest university to undertake a remarkable study.
Scientists have their eyes on space, wondering if a growing number of massive solar flares could mean big problems for a world so dependent on technology.
Hundreds of girls have posted YouTube videos asking people to respond to the question: "Am I pretty?" The videos are getting big responses and not all are positive.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention's new anti-smoking commercials are sure to get people talking about them. But several questions remain.
The World Health Organization is warning that bacteria are becoming so resistant to antibiotics that even simple injuries and diseases could become deadly.
The World Health Organization
is warning that bacteria are becoming so resistant to antibiotics that even simple injuries and diseases could become deadly.
A new gender test claims to be able to detect whether a baby is a boy or girl at as early as two months.
The Centers for Disease Control is launching its largest anti-smoking campaign in hopes of persuading up to 50,000 Americans to kick the habit.
New evidence shows men who drink a single sweet drink a day have a 20 percent greater risk of coronary heart disease.
A new study by the Harvard School of Public Health found eating just one serving of unprocessed red meat a day can increase your risk of early death.
Do Americans really know what's inside the ground beef they're eating? A new report claims much of that meat is filled with what's being called "pink slime."
Even though scientists warned of possible disruptions of power grids, satellites and telecommunication systems, no problems were reported after the solar storm hit.
While warm weather lovers may be relishing the temperatures, experts warn they may bring some unwanted side effects -- like allergies.
The U.S. Surgeon General's office says more must be done to keep young Americans from using tobacco.
Tooth decay and the oral surgery it leads to is on the rise among pre-schoolers in America, according to a recent report by The New York Times.
The Earth took a direct hit from the largest solar storm in five years early Thursday after a massive cloud of charged particles was hurled from the sun.
Apple has unveiled the new version of the iPad, calling it an 'amazing' device that will redefine breakthrough features the company introduced with earlier models.
Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva claim a fetus and newborn are the same; therefore, if a fetus can be aborted, a newborn can also be "terminated."
The EPA has declared CO2 a harmful pollutant -- a move many fear could mean the agency will soon be sticking its nose into almost every American's life.