August 2008 Headlines
Is it baby fat? Or is it something more harmful for your child?
Researchers are questioning the cost-effectiveness of the cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil.
A majority of Americans believe that God can intervene when a family member is dying, according to a new survey.
WASHINGTON -- The nationwide salmonella outbreak is finally winding down but federal health officials can't yet say how the few tainted Mexican peppers they've found could explain such widespread illness.
Harvard University scientists have created stem cells for 10 genetic diseases using a new technique that allows researchers to avoid the ethical concerns of destroying a human embryo in the hope of one day discovering cures.
More than 90 percent of restaurant meals for kids are loaded with too many calories.