Nov 12, 2013 PM EST While the economic picture across the nation has improved, children in Dallas County are still suffering.
Nov 12, 2013 PM EST College athletes may be at an increased risk for depression today, far more than retired collegiate athletes.
Nov 12, 2013 AM EST The explosive growth and proliferating uses of surveillance technology has had an impact on intellectual freedom, creativity and social discovery, according to a report the National Public Radio
Nov 11, 2013 PM EST Mowing the lawn, housecleaning and other non-exercise physical activities can be as beneficial to a senior citizen's health as regular exercise.
Nov 11, 2013 AM EST A daily diet that includes drinking sugary sodas could increase your risk for kidney disease.
Nov 08, 2013 PM EST A Columbus, Ohio allergy specialist is debunking one of the biggest health myths and is setting the record straight on a supposed allergen,
Nov 07, 2013 PM EST A new study found that heterosexual and homosexual men and women don't believe that bisexuality is a real orientation.
Nov 07, 2013 AM EST In a study examining
Nov 07, 2013 AM EST While more Latinos are applying to and enrolling in college in California, a new study shows that a low number of them are graduating with a degree, ABC News reported.
Nov 06, 2013 PM EST An experimental drug could successfully eradicate hepatitis C - an infection that is incurable in most people, the Guardian reported.
Nov 05, 2013 PM EST For the last three years, biologists from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game have been researching the little known bats of Southeast Alaska. They discovered bat species known to live in the area
Nov 04, 2013 AM EST DNA tests have shown that herbal supplements - substances containing medicinal properties of plants and marketed to improve health - are little more than powdered rice and weeds.
Dec 04, 2013 PM ESTJulius Nyang'Oro, a former professor at the University of North Carolina (UNC), Chapel Hill, is set to fight felony fraud charges in court over an
Dec 04, 2013 AM ESTFor a recent party, a student at Oxford University wanted to dress up as Arcade Fire - the band, not any particular member - so to complete his
Dec 04, 2013 AM ESTMarcus Mariota has decided to stay at the University of Oregon for another year, where he will try to finish his degree and play another season of