January 2014 Headlines
A new study shows much of a child's "weight fate" is determined by age 5.
There's new hope for people suffering with some of our most dreaded diseases. Scientists have discovered a surprising new method of turning ordinary cells into stem cells.
Spices don't only add flavor to dishes, the right ones can also help fight cancer and other diseases. But how do we incorporate them into our everyday lives?
The flu could soon hit northeast parts of the country especially hard.
The Food and Drug Administration says knowledge about nutrition has evolved since the early 1990s, and labels need to reflect that.
Staying optimistic and keeping a positive outlook on life could keep you healthier as you get older.
The flu has reached epidemic levels and children are among the hardest hit.
NASA has published a space photo on their website called "The Hand of God."
Doctors in New Mexico are now allowed to prescribe medications to help terminally ill people commit suicide, the 2nd District Court in Albuquerque ruled Monday.
The flu is back in full force. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 25 states are seeing high numbers of cases of influenza.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is reporting a sharp increase in suicides among young veterans between the ages of 18-29.
The number of sexually transmitted diseases is on the rise in the United States, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control.
A clear majority of young American teenagers aren't exercising as much as they should, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The DASH diet has been rated the best for overall health for the fourth year in a row by U.S. News and World Report.
The climate is changing, but not the way the climate change crowd predicted. Nature has made a mockery of global warming, so who are the real climate deniers?
Volcanoes could be a greater threat to civilization than previously thought.
Gluten free is a growing trend. Many people avoid gluten because they are allergic to it. But others are kicking the gluten habit for overall better health.
A new study says taking high doses of vitamin-E could fight mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor blocked part of the president's signature health care law at the request of Catholic-affiliated groups from around the country.