Latest Health News
- Study: Women 3 Times More Likely To Be Bisexual Than Men Women are three times more likely to become bisexual than men, and that's mostly due to their flexibility in terms of sexuality, according to new research.
- Cleveland Clinic Removing McDonald's From Food Court After 20 Years Cleveland Clinic is saying goodbye to McDonald's following its decision to close the fast-food restaurant in the medical center's food court.
- Study: Men Who Harass Women Online Are Literally Losers Study finds men who are worse at video games are more likely to harass female players online.
- Study: Size, Shape Of Brain Reason Why Songs Get Stuck In Head We've all been there: that top 100 song or catchy commercial jingle that just won't seem to escape your mind. Now researchers are trying to find out just why this involuntary musical imagery (INMI), commonly known as an"earworm," takes over your head...
- Scientist Sentenced To Prison For AIDS Research Fraud By Spiking Vaccine With Rabbit Blood A former Iowa State University scientist who altered blood samples to make it appear he had achieved a breakthrough toward a potential vaccine against HIV was sentenced Wednesday to more than 4 ½ years in prison for making false statements in...
- Study: Watching Cat Videos Is Good For You Researchers found people who watched cat videos reported an increase in positive emotions and a decrease in negative feelings.
- Study: Reacting Positively To Stressful Situations Can Help Long-Term Health A new study finds that people should try to react positively while dealing with stressful situations for the sake of their long-term health.
- Study: Coffee May Increase Euphoria, Addiction To Marijuana Drinking large amounts of coffee may enhance the high one gets from smoking marijuana, but researchers caution that copious amounts of coffee consumption may increase addiction.
- Nestlé USA To Remove Artificial Flavors, Reduce Salt By End Of Year Nestlé is the latest food manufacturer to remove artificial flavors.
- Bill To Allow Doctors To Prescribe STD Meds To Patients' Partners Without Examining Them A bill in Ohio seeks to expand access to treatment for certain sexually transmitted diseases by allowing doctors to prescribe medication to their patients' partners without examining them.
- Study: Skipping Meals May Increase Belly Fat Those hoping to lose weight by skipping meals may want to think twice as it could actually increase belly fat, a new study suggests.
- It's YMCA 'Healthy Kids Day' This Saturday YMCA CEO Kevin Washington sat down with CBS New York's Chris Wragge what it's all about.
- HIV Outbreak Rises To 135 In Indiana City They fear the outbreak, which is up to 135 cases since the beginning of the year, will make times even harder in the 4,200-resident community that's 30 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky.
- Rita Wilson Undergoes Double Mastectomy After Breast Cancer Diagnosis Actress and singer Rita Wilson announced on Tuesday that she had a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
- 5 Simple Exercises That Lower Stress Looking for a way to lower stress? Try these five exercises from Dr. Tami Meraglia, author of "The Hormone Secret: Discover Effortless Weight Loss and Renewed Energy in Just 30 Days."