June 2014 Headlines
One in 10 working-age Americans die from causes related to drinking too much alcohol, according to a new report from the CDC.
Not getting enough sleep can be bad for your health, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A new 3-D mammogram appears to be working better than the traditional mammogram.
Millions worldwide are prisoners in their own bodies because of illnesses like Parkinson's Disease, but one simple surgery could treat the frustrating symptoms.
Celebrity television host Dr. Mehmet Oz testified before Congress Tuesday to help "drain the swamp" of marketers using his name to peddle weight-loss pills.
An incurable, mosquito-borne virus called Chikungunya is making is way into the United States.
Many who follow an anti-inflammatory diet lose weight and experience great health they never thought possible. Find out how to overcome health issues with simple changes.
A new study suggests women who eat more red meat may have a slightly higher risk of breast cancer.
In a society that bombards women on how to achieve the "perfect" body, pro surfer Bethany Hamilton is inspiring young girls to see what's really most important.
A new study from the University of Southern California found that fasting for about three days could actually regenerate your entire immune system.
Horses make excellent therapists for people with all kinds of issues. The beloved animal connects with people in a way no other human can. It's a bond that can even heal.
An asteroid nicknamed "The Beast" was expected to pass less than 800,000 miles from earth Sunday, a cosmic "near miss."
From preventing cancer and heart disease to building self-esteem, overwhelming evidence proves generosity is good for your mental and physical health.
As Americans mark National Cancer Survivors Day, a new report finds the number of survivor now exceeds 14.5 million people.
It's a record breaking year for measles cases in the United States.