July 2008 Headlines
Like a little spice in your food? New research shows the ingredient that gives curry sauce its zing may help with diabetes.
Eating more fish can protect your heart, a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology suggests.
California has become the first state to outlaw the use of trans fats in restaurant food.
A horrific flu pandemic could kill up to 50 million people if the world fails to take the necessary measures to prevent disease, a recent report revealed.
A new law that requires restaurants to post calorie counts on menus has some New Yorkers in shock over just how many calories they're consuming.
There may be hope for Alzheimer's patients after what researchers are calling an "encouraging" drug trial involving a hay fever medication.
WASHINGTON - Tomatoes have been cleared in that nationwide salmonella scare. But certain peppers and cilantro are still on the suspect list.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia - If you had come to the Dockside Raw Bar and Grille a few months ago and ordered oysters on the menu, the oysters the restaurant would have served you would have been flown in from Florida or from some other part of the country.
Apple's latest version of the iPhone hits stores Friday.
CBNNews.com - TAIPEI, Taiwan -- The frozen remains of two woolly mammoths - long extinct Ice Age elephants - went on display Friday in Taiwan.
Keeping a food diary can help you lose more weight, according to a new study.
CBNNews.com - The salmonella probe has expanded to include the top three ingredients in salsa -- tomatoes, jalapeno peppers and fresh cilantro.
The numbers are staggering -- more than one-third of Americans, age 20 and over, are obese. That's according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Obesity leads to all kinds of health problems, and that's not all.
The government is expanding its search for the source of the salmonella outbreak - more than two months after the first reported case.