May 2014 Headlines
Some ingredients in chocolate can be good for your health.
Anti-depressants are some of the most widely prescribed drugs in America, but is taking them worth the risky side effects?
Thousands have been sickened by a painful mosquito-borne virus in the Caribbean.
The U.S. military is working on computer chips for the brain designed to treat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Defense One reports.
Nearly 30 percent of the world's population is now overweight, according to a new study published in The Lancet Journal.
Internet giant Google unveiled a self-driving car on Tuesday that has no steering wheel, accelerator, or brake pedals.
Research has shown that human touch is essential for babies to develop and thrive. But more recent research shows that it's just as vital for adults as it is for newborns.
Should world health officials impose taxes on unhealthy food? The United Nation's lead food expert says "yes."
If you're finding an unusual rash or swelling, itching or blistering on some parts of your face or hands, you may be allergic to your cell phone.
The USDA is recalling about 1.8 million pounds of ground beef due to possible E. coli contamination.
An Illinois businessman who contracted the MERS virus is believed to be the first case of person-to-person transmission inside the United States.
Officials are urging Saudi Arabia's Health Ministry to do more to control a deadly respiratory virus in Mecca, where Muslims from around the world visit.
A second case of a deadly virus called MERS, or Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome, has been confirmed in the United States.
Resveratrol, an antioxidant found in dark chocolate and red wine, may not have the health benefits scientists thought.
Depression can often be a death sentence. But according to pastor and author Dutch Sheets, there's hope for people struggling with this disease.
Global warming is changing the daily lives of Americans and will only get worse, according to a government report released Tuesday.
The World Health Organization has declared the spread of polio an international public health emergency.
Next year, public school students will be seeing more nutritious lunches in the cafeteria.