January 2013 Headlines
America is suffering from one of the worst flu seasons in years. CBN News shares tips on how you can try to keep the flu out of your home.
Obamacare will have a life-altering effect on every American. But attorney Betsy McCaughey says there are steps you can take to weather the impact.
Doctors are warning that a new strain of the Norovirus from Australia is the most dangerous and contagious virus around, and it's spreading across the U.S.
Doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore performed a double arm transplant on 26-year-old Brendan Marrocco, an Iraq War veteran.
Cell phone provider AT&T is issuing a warning to its customers about the flu: the mobile devices can spread the flu virus easily.
As Americans across the country continue to fall ill with influenza, many drug stores and pharmacies are reporting shortages of the flu vaccine.
The season has not even hit its peak and doctors and hospitals are already overwhelmed. The vaccine is now in short supply as many Americans fight this year's virus.
A handful of doctors are recommending another route known as "naturopathy" for those who either fear needles or dread the possibility of an allergic reaction.
New research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that binge drinking is a growing problem among women and girls but that it is under-recognized.
Boston is being hit especially hard, seeing 10 times the number of flu cases already this year than for the entire flu season last year.
Planned Parenthood has reported a record year for abortions.
Approximately 80 percent of the country has been hit with severe flu. Officials are especially concerned about children and the elderly for whom the flu can be deadly.
Many Americans don't realize obesity can play a role in causing cancer, arthritis, sleep apnea, and infertility.
One of the worst outbreaks of the flu in a decade has already claimed the lives of 18 children and infected thousands of people in 41 states.
The most popular CBN News story of 2012 showed how coconut oil helps some Alzheimer's patients. Now, some heavy-hitters in the medical community are noticing.
Flu season is in full swing leading many to question whether this year's flu shot is enough to protect people from the virus.
It's a picture that captures the miracle of life; a baby holding onto the doctors hand during a C-section.
Americans are split on how the nation's obesity epidemic should be handled, according to a new Associated Press poll.
Eating fructose can trigger brain changes that may lead to overeating, according to a new study published in Journal of the American Medical Association.