April 2012 Headlines
From cell phone apps to iPads and iPhones, parents are finding it hard to keep up with the latest technology. Some fear the technology gap could be putting kids at risk.
Homeland Security officials met with lawmakers and health officials to come up with new policies and practices for protecting America from bioterrorism.
House Republicans are pushing a cyber-security bill they say will protect critical infrastructure and corporations from electronic attacks.
First misusing cough syrup, then huffing household items like paint thinner and hair spray, now young people are getting curious with hand sanitizer.
A company out of California has a solution for those with old and outdated electronics, an ATM that actually offers users money for recycling old gadgets.
On April 25, World Malaria Day, many organizations like are seeking to raise awareness about what in many cases is a preventable disease.
A fully staffed pro-life health clinic for pregnant women has opened right next door to Boise's Planned Parenthood and is hoping to drive the abortion clinic out of business.
Earth Day is sometimes thought of as a liberal holiday meant only for left-leaning environmentalists. But several conservative Christians are working to change that.
Record-warm temperatures are causing headaches for homeowners across the country forced to call pest control.
New research suggests a 3-D computer game may be a more effective treatment for teenage depression than a therapist.
A Washington state doctor says he can deliver dreams to expectant parents through gender selection. While the practice is legal, some say it's immoral.
Physical activity, not just exercise, may lower the risk of Alzheimer's, according to a new study published in the journal Neurology.
Having a positive outlook may protect a person from heart disease, according to a new study.
Obesity in America is becoming a costly epidemic to the body and the wallet. Much of this could be avoided if we would de-sweeten our diet.
The Japanese are taking an unconventional approach to fighting dementia: using video games as therapy.
A new study found that irregular sleep patterns can slow down an individual's metabolism, which can contribute to weight gain.
Nearly one in four babies are born to unmarried couples who are living together, a new Centers for Disease Control survey found.
A new report by the World Health Organization expects dementia cases to triple worldwide by 2050.
A new study by Cornell University revealed that obesity accounts for nearly 21 percent of all health care costs in the United States.
Births due to teenage pregnancy have hit a record low in America, according to a new report by the National Center for Health Statistics.
Adult stem cells could be a new weapon in the fight against America's number one killer: heart disease.
New research suggests obesity during pregnancy may increase the chances of having a child with autism.
For some, caring for the planet conjures up left-wing "tree-huggers." But one Idaho church asks -- how can you be pro-life and not be pro-creation?
The obesity crisis in America may be worse than experts thought. A new report suggests the key test used to measure obesity isn't reliable.
We've all heard the saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." But many beekeepers say it's honey that will really do the trick.
Health experts say the push to relieve patients' suffering is fueling a prescription drug addiction epidemic.
The Environmental Protection Agency has given up on a claim that a Fort Worth, Texas, gas driller has been contaminating private water wells.