New research confirms that women plagued by morning sickness in early pregnancy are less likely to miscarry.
The three winners of this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry all developed new ways to make carbon atoms stick to one another -- a mundane-sounding process that in fact underlies the very basis of life.
Health regulators plan to spend millions of dollars to step up their scientific prowess in a move that officials say will help quickly get new treatments to patients and protect the public against possible health threats.
Republicans could keep their promises to stop healthcare reform even if they cannot repeal it, simply by blocking legislation needed to pay for it, one expert argued on Wednesday.
Americans die sooner than citizens of a dozen other developed nations and the usual suspects -- obesity, traffic accidents and a high murder rate -- are not to blame, researchers reported on Thursday.
Ultra-running (as defined by any running race longer than the marathon of 26.2 miles) requires a whole different nutritional viewpoint when compared to the gels and quick shots of Gatorade normally
The Partnership for a Walkable America sponsored the first National Walk Our Children to School Day in Chicago in 1997. It was a simple day, designed to highlight the need to create communities that are walkable. The day was created, in part, on a similar concept celebrated in the United Kingdom.
The holiday season is almost here. I know it's hard to think about or even believe but soon you'll be humming the reindeer song and thinking about the best dessert to bring to Aunt Mary's soiree. Turn the tide this holiday season and come out on the losing end with these easy-to-follow tips.
It's autumn! Although I deeply love summer and fear what waits for us as autumn wanes, there is much about fall to be excited about.
Sending bar patrons home at earlier hours may lower the rate of late-night violence, hints a new study from Australia.