Work & Health
- Annual Cervical Cancer Screening Not So Necessary: Study
August 18 2011 5:02 PM
Research shows that women should only be tested every two or three years.
- Hershey Workers Walk Away, Protest Working Conditions
August 18 2011 3:53 PM
Foreign workers at the Hershey plant are sick of working conditions.
- Student Kills Principal: Are Teachers Ever Safe?
August 11 2011 9:54 AM
Murder brings issue of principal, teacher safety to light.
- Soy Does Nothing for Hot Flashes: Study
August 09 2011 9:14 AM
But don?t worry, there are other ways to stay cool.
- Living to be 100 Years Old: is it in the Genes?
August 03 2011 12:19 PM
Study shows that longevity may have to do with family history.
- Obesity in America: You Get an 'F' as in 'Fat'
July 22 2011 11:15 AM
The obesity rate continues to rise across America as a recent report from two public health groups show that 16 states saw an increase in the adult obesity rate over the past year.
- Kawasaki Disease Diagnosed on Facebook, Saves Boy's Life [VIDEO]
July 15 2011 1:33 PM
Deborah Copkaken Kogan's former neighbor, her pediatrician friend and her pediatric oncologist cousin all suggested a strange diagnosis of Kawasaki Disease in her son, Leo, after photos were shared with more than 1,400 friends friends and family on social network, Facebook, which has more than 750 million members.
- Motivation When Your Resolutions Fail
February 11 2011 1:37 PM
The holidays are now well behind us and some of us have started to struggle with our broken resolutions. If you fell off the wagon before you were even comfortably inside, relax, it happens to the best of us. One of the reasons resolutions fail is because no one can change a lifetime of poor habits overnight.
- Fitness Pioneer Jack LaLanne Dies at 96
January 24 2011 5:52 AM
Fitness guru Jack LaLanne breathed his last on Jan.23 at his California residence due to respiratory failure caused from pneumonia. He was 96.
- Spending just four hours a day on computers could double heart disease risk
January 11 2011 12:32 PM
Spending just four hours a day working on a computer or watching television is likely to double the risk of heart disease and increase the possibility of premature deaths, according to a study.
- Have Hamstring Injury? Treat It With Your Own Blood
November 30 2010 2:32 PM
Researchers in London have found a new way to treat hamstring injuries and treatment is none other than the patient's own blood.