May 2013 Headlines
We'd all like to know the secret to staying healthy and living longer. Doctors say it's about making smart food choices. Now they're raving about the new superfood, chia.
Some Americans could be in for a shock this fall. Many existing insurance policies could get cancelled, thanks to Obamacare.
Spending too much time sitting at your desk could lead to multiple health risks, according to a new University of Sydney study.
The President's health care overhaul is now frustrating labor unions that once supported it.
In a rare occurrence, the sun unleashed four major solar flares over just a few days.
It's been said, "You can't manage what you don't measure." That's certainly true with diet and exercise. Now experts are offering tips on how technology can help us stay fit.
Native Americans could lose free government health insurance under Obamacare.
The Obama administration has filed an appeal that will delay the sale of Plan B One-Step morning-after pill and its generic competitors to girls without prescriptions.
Cancer patients could get hit by higher costs under Obamacare.
Eight out of 10 expectant mothers who are told their baby has Down syndrome choose to abort. Denise Bassett was about to be one of them - until she met Jenny.
States fear Obamacare could cause thousands of very sick people to lose insurance coverage.
Methane gas: landfills and dump sites are a primary source of the tasteless, odorless toxin. They can be danger spots if not properly maintained.
The Justice Department is appealing a judge's decision to lift all age limits on the so-called "morning after" birth control pill.
Health experts are warning against a deadly strain of gonorrhea, which could have effects as serious as AIDS.