December 2013 Headlines
Minnesota's Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving Final Exit, a national right-to-die group suspected of playing a part in the 2007 suicide of an Apple Valley woman.
Millions of women choose to keep their cell phone in their bra. But some doctors are now sounding the alarm about this practice and its potential link to breast cancer.
Belly fat in middle age can lead to problems with your mind later in life, according to a new study from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
A government panel is set to release new guidelines on treating high blood pressure in older patients
Starving yourself into obesity? Authors Mira and Jayson Calton warn about the dangers of micronutrient deficiency in their new book Naked Calories.
The right diet along with exercise and keeping stress under control might actually help reverse the aging process.
Do the benefits outweigh the risks of weight-loss surgery?
A new investigation by USA Today is sending out a health alert on the spread of the antibiotic-resistant MRSA bacteria.
Antibacterial soaps might actually be dangerous to your health, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
New studies reveal that taking multi-vitamins may be of little benefit to the millions who consume them.
A major study reveals a strong link between abortion and breast cancer.
Christians looking for health coverage can skip Obamacare if they buy insurance for a health care sharing ministry.
The International Space Station is scaling back operations this week because of a failure in its cooling system.
A Canadian study shows healthy overweight people still face a higher risk of death, strokes, or heart attacks than folks who carry normal weight.
A new German study concludes that prayer can boost your self-control and emotional stability, according to The London Daily Mail.