September 2013 Headlines
As flu season approaches, doctors are offering a new vaccination that will cover four different strains of flu.
Dolphins are dying at an alarming rate along the East Coast. Hundreds have washed ashore, and marine biologists are scrambling to find out why.
A study from the University of California at San Francisco found that the right diet, exercise, and low stress might actually help reverse the aging process.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently sent out an urgent warning about a growing number of drug-resistant "supberbugs."
New satellite images show the Arctic ice cap is making a comeback.
Nearly 4 million kids are now considered "severely obese," according to the American Heart Association.
Women should start getting mammograms in their 40s rather than wait until they're 50, according to a new study from Harvard.
Strong burst of exercise are one of the best ways to avoid gaining weight if you work at it hard enough, according to a new study.
Life expectancy for women over the age of 50 is going up around the world, based on a new report from the World Health Organization.
Summer may be coming to a close, but one danger from summer heat is still very real.