April 2009 Headlines
The Obama administration says climate change is a serious health issue and the EPA has even labeled carbon dioxide as pollution.
When it comes to diets, many wonder which ones are the best-- low carb, low fat, Mediterranean? But the latest findings suggest it doesn't matter and that only calories count.
It's bad enough to need a kidney transplant, but what makes it worse is trying to find a donor.
They come and they go: The lemonade diet, the cabbage soup diet, Atkins, Scarsdale, Slimfast, the grapefruit diet -- even the chocolate diet.
A new study suggests patients with heart failure should exercise.
Chances are you or someone you love takes many medicines to treat a variety of heart problems. But those medicines are being combined into what many consider to be a wonder drug.
Mexican authorities are shutting down businesses and much of the country's government in an effort to stop the spread of swine flu.
Are news organizations making too big of a deal of the recent swine flu outbreak?
Actor Dennis Quaid has played a variety of roles of film. His new, real-life role as crusader for patient safety stems from the day his twin babies nearly died from a medication overdose due to hospital error.
Former Vice President Al Gore says a new climate bill is one of the most important legislations ever to be introduced while former House Speaker Newt Gingrich thinks it's bad for America.
The Food and Drug Administration said 17-year-olds will no longer need a doctor's prescription to get the Plan-B birth control pill.
A rising number of overweight people may also be to blame for global warming according to the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- Earth Day is now Earth Week and messages of going green, global warming and greenhouse gases fill the air from elementary schools to the halls of Congress.
Millions suffer from migraine headaches and rely on prescription medications, but not all medicines work for everyone.
New guidelines on federal funding for stem cell research have set limitations on how far scientists can go when using leftover embryos.
Overweight passengers hoping to travel on United Airlines may have to buy two tickets to fly the friendly skies.
A new study shows the best and worst foods for your heart.
CBNNews.com - A new climate bill making its way through the House of Representatives has a provision in it that would allow anyone to sue businesses or the government if they think they've been harmed by global warming.
Federal officials say the recall of pistachio nuts is far from over. They warn that more foods containing those nuts may be recalled.
Not getting enough sleep may alter the hormones that control the appetite.
The Conficker worm is now in its third mutation, known as "Conficker-C."