Health & Fitness

10 Tips for Sticking with Primal

10 Tips for Sticking with Primal

Primal is simple, but it's not exactly easy. At every turn, detractors and temptations appear. We have health authorities telling us we're killing ourselves. Worried friends and family sharing news
Iowa struck down a 72-hour abortion waiting period, many states have one

Iowa struck down a 72-hour abortion waiting period, many states have one

More than half of the U.S. have mandatory waiting periods in place.
Overtime work may overdrive diabetes risk in women

Overtime work may overdrive diabetes risk in women

This is surprising given that the risk decreased in men working long hours.
HPV test may be better than Pap smears to detect early cervical cancer: Study

HPV test may be better than Pap smears to detect early cervical cancer: Study

A new study published in JAMA found a higher rate of detection with HPV tests.
Obamacare Is Proving Hard to Kill

Obamacare Is Proving Hard to Kill

Signs advertising Affordable Care Act enrollment at an insurance company in Miami.

Coffee Drinkers May Live Longer

Caffeine is probably not responsible for the healthful effects of coffee.

"Mom, can we talk?" How one woman handled her son's depression

When Tracy Hargen's 17-year-old son said "Hey mom, can we talk?" she thought her all-American, high school junior was feeling typical teenage stress
5 surprising things I learned about pregnancy and motherhood

5 surprising things I learned about pregnancy and motherhood

Angela Garbes is the author of "Like A Mother" and mother of two daughters.
A Weightlifting Workout Plan to Burn Fat and Build Muscle For All Levels

A Weightlifting Workout Plan to Burn Fat and Build Muscle For All Levels

If you want to start lifting weights more often and have no idea what to do in the gym, we've got you covered. Follow along with this one-week weightlifting plan that's suitable for all levels. Grab
The Online Gene Test Finds a Dangerous Mutation. It May Well Be Wrong.

The Online Gene Test Finds a Dangerous Mutation. It May Well Be Wrong.

Joshua Clayton was erroneously told he had mutation associated with Lynch syndrome, a genetic disorder that can lead to fatal cancers at an early age.
Drinking Coffee May Help You Live Longer, Study Says

Drinking Coffee May Help You Live Longer, Study Says

Whether it's caffeinated, decaf, ground or instant

Pfizer hikes cost of Viagra, 100 other drugs: report

Move comes just weeks after President Trump said drug companies would be making "voluntary, massive drops in prices"

Baby boom at Texas hospital: 48 babies born in 41 hours

Extra staff was called in; pizza ordered and even after 48 babies in a short span of time, the hospital says they are ready for more

Officials Identify a Source in the Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak

Samples of canal water in the Yuma area of Arizona were found to contain the same genetic strain of E. coli that caused the outbreak, but how it got there is unclear.
Britain's health service to reduce 'unnecessary' treatments

Britain's health service to reduce 'unnecessary' treatments

Britain's National Health Service has proposed cutting back on treatments including breast reductions and operations to stop people snoring as part of plans to save money and reduce "unnecessary or
Prep school sex abuse cases lead to victim therapy funds

Prep school sex abuse cases lead to victim therapy funds

An elite New Hampshire prep school's decision to pay for therapy for sexually abused alumni mirrors an increasingly successful approach taken by other schools
Hateful Messages Are an Occupational Hazard of Journalism

Hateful Messages Are an Occupational Hazard of Journalism

For journalists, being hated is part of the job.People will hate things you write, and they’ll tell you. They’ll hate the media in general, and they’ll let you know. They may hate you for your race,