Killer Bees Attack in Arizona; Where Else Can it Happen?
September 16 2011 3:16 PM EDT
Thousands of bees swarm and attack animals, farmers.
Yellow on the Eyelids? You Could be at Risk for Heart Attack, Study Says
September 16 2011 2:42 PM EDT
Yellow markings around eyes can mean heart attack, according to a study.
Lung Cancer Rates Drop Nationwide, NYC Smokers Highlighted
September 16 2011 11:12 AM EDT
New rates of lung cancer cases among men and women in the United States dropped in 35 states and six states, respectively, between 1999 and 2008, according to a new report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Breast and Cervical Cancers Kill 625,000 Women Worldwide
September 16 2011 1:34 AM EDT
Breast and cervical cancers kill 625,000 women worldwide every year, reported researchers in the first global review of breast and cervical cancer.
Flu Deaths Claimed 115 Children, Teenagers Last Year; CDC Urges Vaccination
September 15 2011 7:13 PM EDT
115 children and teenagers died from flu last year, according to CDC.
Best Hospitals in the U.S. Named, 7 Are Good for Children’s Asthma
September 15 2011 5:24 PM EDT
The Joint Commission has released its 2010 list of top-performing U.S. hospitals.
Overconfidence, Narcissism Can Work for Humans, Study Suggests
September 15 2011 3:48 PM EDT
Being overconfident, narcissistic, and even self-deluded can be good for human beings, a new study suggests.
Got Bad Body Odor? Blame it on Mom and Dad
September 15 2011 3:02 PM EDT
Genetics play a role in what has been referred to as “fishy odor syndrome,” a study shows.
Alarming Rise in Cases of Breast Cancer: Report
September 15 2011 3:37 AM EDT
Breast cancer is on rise and the rate is alarming, said researchers in the first global review of breast and cervical cancer.
Smoking Cessation can Improve Young Adults’ Personality: Study
September 15 2011 3:23 AM EDT
Kicking the butt might be a good idea for young adults as they develop positive behavioral patterns according to a recent study released by the University of Missouri researchers.
Conjoined Twin Boys Separated Successfully, Doctors Say
September 14 2011 10:34 PM EDT
Joshua and Jacob Spates doing well after 13-hour surgery.
West Nile Virus Cases Confirmed in Utah, Iowa
September 14 2011 9:30 PM EDT
New Jersey takes preventative measures against West Nile virus.
FDA Disputes “Dr. Oz Show” and Says Apple Juice is Safe to Drink
September 14 2011 6:17 PM EDT
Arsenic levels are non-threatening.
Listeriosis Outbreak From Cantaloupe Prompts First Recall in NM
September 14 2011 5:42 PM EDT
The New Mexico Environment Department on Wednesday issued the first recall notice to state produce retailers, requesting that all Listeria-tainted cantaloupes fruit be pulled from shelves after an outbreak warning was issued Monday.
Michigan Governor Puts Child Obesity on Health To-Do List
September 14 2011 3:55 PM EDT
Governor announced plan that will track child obesity throughout the state.
336 Million People Affected with Diabetes Worldwide: IDF
September 14 2011 6:58 AM EDT
Around 366 million people worldwide are affected with diabetes, reported the International Diabetes Federation (IDF).
Insulin May Keep Alzheimer’s at Bay: Report
September 14 2011 6:01 AM EDT
Spraying insulin in the nose twice daily might help to control mild Alzheimer's, a study suggested.
Medically Resistant Tuberculosis on Rise in Europe: WHO Proposes Combating Plan
September 14 2011 3:38 AM EDT
Tuberculosis has struck again and this time it is medically resistant.
Depression Still Taboo for One-Fourth of Patients, Symptoms Not Diagnosed: Study
September 13 2011 5:29 PM EDT
People with depression still find it difficult to talk about it, study shows.
Diabetes Epidemic Widespread, Health Officials Call for Research
September 13 2011 3:32 PM EDT
The number of people with diabetes worldwide has reached 366 million.