November 2012 Headlines
For years, scientists have monitored volcanoes in the United States. It's important work because an active volcano can erupt any time, quickly wiping out communities.
Lou Gehrig's disease is a deadly illness for which there is currently no cure. But a new treatment has been shown to slow and even stop its progression.
An ancient Mayan calendar predicting doomsday on December 21, 2012, has many folks worried the world will end. One scientist is seeking to allay those fears.
University of California researchers reported that seniors who stay active on a daily basis have 5 percent more gray matter than people who are less active.
The American Academy of Pediatricians says doctors should prescribe emergency contraceptives for teens, even before they're sexually active.
Preparing a Thanksgiving turkey isn't easy. In fact, it can be dangerous. Following several safety tips can help you avoid salmonella and other food-related illnesses.
There won't be enough family doctors to go around by the year 2025, according to a new study published in the Annals of Family Medicine.
Some accuse pro-lifers of focusing on the child with no attention to the mother. Now one Denver women's center is trying to put that notion to rest.
Multivitamins might help lower the risk for cancer in healthy older men but do not affect their chances of developing heart disease, new research suggests.