September 2012 Headlines
Scientists say all fat is not created equal. It all comes down to location, and the most dangerous place is around your middle. But there is hope to lose that midsection.
Federal prosecutors are cracking down on medical marijuana shops in Los Angeles. The government has targeted more than 375 businesses in the city's commercial marijuana industry.
Critics of the new school meals being implemented by the Obama administration don't include enough calories for growing kids.
A new federally funded study of the DNA of breast cancer cells could eventually provide a breakthrough in treating the disease.
School officials in New York City are making the morning-after pill available to high school girls in 13 public schools.
Alcoholism has become a "public health crisis" in the U.S. military, according to a new study requested by the Defense Department.
Kids in the United States eat too much salt -- about as much salt as American adults, according to a new study by the CDC.
A new study shows a low glycemic diet that includes eating carbs based on whole grains is the more effective in losing weight, than a simple low fat or low carb diet.
A hated household pest may prove to actually be a hero, and it's all thanks to the folks from North Carolina State University Wolfpack.
New York City's Board of Health passed a controversial, experimental ban Thursday on the sale of oversized sugary drinks in the Big Apple.
Young men who smoke marijuana have a higher risk of testicular cancer, according to a recent study by the University of Southern California.
The U.S. government is expected to compensate 9/11 rescue workers and nearby residents amid concerns of a link between cancer and the toxic World Trade Center rubble.
In America, about one in seven couples have difficulty conceiving a child and around 40 percent of the time it's because of the male.
The number of cases in the United States recently jumped 25 percent, and nearly 2,000 cases have now been reported in 2012.