March 2008 Headlines
People live in fear of bacteria, like MRSA, the deadly superbug.
New research shows spirituality is a major factor in children's overall happiness.
Heart disease is the number one killer among women. But thanks to a medical breakthrough, tens of thousands of women waiting for a heart transplant could now have another life-saving option.
WASHINGTON - President Bush has teamed with the Super Bowl's most valuable player, Eli Manning, to launch the battle against obesity.
No state in the country has remained untouched by the controversy over the teaching of evolution in public schools.
The Bible says it's better to give than to receive, and science agrees.
Despite all of the jokes told for years by comedians about the flaws of marriage - a new preliminary study suggests that a happy marriage is good for your blood pressure.
Overweight women who develop breast cancer are more likely to have an aggressive form of the disease and die earlier.
Americans are developing Alzheimer's at an accelerating rate, a new study has revealed. And most of the risk is falling on baby boomers.
Women may be at risk of having mental health breakdowns if they have abortions, a UK newspaper reported Sunday.
Keeping healthy and fit might be easier than you think. Watch this special Skinny Wednesday segment from The 700 Club to learn why several threats to your health could be in your very own home - and learn what to do to make healthy changes.
At least one in four teenage girls has a sexually-transmitted disease, a new study by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta says.
A British company has invented a new camera that can see weapons, drugs or explosives under people's clothing from up to 80-feet away.
What's in your drinking water? Anti-biotics, mood stabilizers -- even sex hormones.
The founder of The Weather Channel recently blasted the network for telling people what to think.
Last year was a nightmare for American toy companies as millions of Chinese-produced toys - from Barbie doll accessories to Thomas the Tank Engine - were recalled.
Millions of middle aged women could face lingering health risks years after taking hormone replacement therapy, according to a new health study.
CBNNews.com - During cold and flu season, many consumers swear by the natural remedy known as "Airborne."
CHICAGO -- Car crashes are the leading cause of death for tweens and teens, and a new study outlines some of the most dangerous circumstances: Riding unbuckled with new teen drivers on high-speed roads. These were the three biggest risk factors contributing to car crash deaths for passengers aged 8 to 17, the study found.
CBNNews.com - If you think your medical bills are high now, just wait.