March 2013 Headlines
Does the Shroud of Turin actually date back to the time of Jesus' death? New research suggests yes.
A diet rich in soy could help women fighting lung cancer live longer, according to a new study in China.
Insurance companies will pay 32 percent more for medical claims under Obamacare, and that could increase the amount consumers pay for their policies.
A new United Kingdom study shows the more friends you have, the longer you're likely to live.
A new Harvard study linked the overuse of salt to more than 2 million cardiovascular deaths worldwide in 2010.
NASA warns Earth could face an Armageddon-like scenario this century, adding that there is almost no way to stop asteroids from hurtling toward the planet.
Uncle Sam is accused of using bogus conservationist research to close a popular Calif. business. Now it's a life or death struggle for Drakes Bay Oyster Farm.
Harvard researchers have found a link between sugary drinks and 180,000 deaths every year from obesity-related diseases.
Alzheimer's fatalities in the United States are on the rise, with the disease now the sixth leading cause of death, according to the Alzheimer's Association.
A new study shows that following seven simple steps for heart health can cut your cancer risk in half.
Samsung is releasing a new smartphone that people can control with their eyes and by waving at the device.
Restaurant-goers won't be seeing calorie counts on menus anytime soon as the Food and Drug Administration works on a new menu labeling law.
A new study on mummies suggests that heart disease is not a modern day illness and could be a natural part of human aging.
Health officials report an alarming increase in dangerous super bugs in U.S. hospitals.
Eight former Drug Enforcement Administration chiefs are calling the White House to sue Colorado and Washington over their legalization of recreational pot use.
Doctors in Mississippi and Boston say a baby born with the virus that causes AIDS has been cured after an agressive treatment of drugs.