(NEW YORK) -- Running isn't just good for a person's day-to-day health and well-being, it may ward off an early death, new research has shown.Being a runner -- even an casual one -- was associated with a 27 percent lower risk of mortality, ac...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- Chinese regulators conditionally approved an Alzheimer's drug derived from seaweed, the world's first Alzheimer's drug in decades, according to drug maker Shanghai Green Valley Pharmaceuticals.The weekend news was met with cauti...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- The digital age has made screens more accessible and portable than ever. Although the full implications of screen time exposure on young kids whose brains are still developing is not yet known, there is concern that screen use can affec...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- Devin Holmes, a 17-year-old football captain who was born deaf, dominates on the field at Bloomfield High School in Michigan and is headed to play the sport collegiately next year.Communication on the football field, as any spor...

Read More

(WASHINGTON) -- The Environmental Protection Agency announced new proposals to regulate pollution from coal-fired power plants on Tuesday, a move advocates say will weaken protections for groundwater and sources of drinking water around the country....

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- If you're a mom on social media, there's a good chance you saw an illustration shared more than once last week.It was created by Paula Kuka...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- A 48-year-old Australian man is breathing easier after a brain scan revealed that his persistent sinus problems were being caused by a package of marijuana he'd shoved up his nose 18 years prior.The patient's case was described...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- The Drug Enforcement Administration issued a warning on Monday about counterfeit prescription pills, saying the pills are "killing Americans.""Mexican drug cartels are manufacturing mass quantities of counterfeit prescription pi...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- When Molly Waitz ran across the finish line of the New York City Marathon Sunday, she not only had to carry her finisher’s medal but dozens of ounces of breast milk she pumped along the way.Waitz, 27, of Cutchogue, N.Y., b...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- One year ago, country singer Chely Wright wasn't sure if she'd had a stroke after experiencing unknown symptoms. Now, she wants to make sure others aren't in the same position. She took to social media over the weekend and opene...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- When Vermont became the first state in the nation to eliminate personal belief exemptions for vaccines in 2016, some wondered if parents would claim religious exemptions instead, regardless of whether or not they were religious....

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- Brooke Taylor said it was "maternal instinct" during her pregnancy that led her to push her doctor to feel a lump in her breast that resulted in a breast cancer diagnosis on the same day she gave birth to her first child.Taylor,...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- One person has died and eight others have been hospitalized in a Salmonella outbreak likely tied to ground beef, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Lab testing indicated that ground beef is a "likely sou...

Read More

(NEW YORK) -- BY: Sherise Chantell Rogers MD As we have become an industrialized and modern nation, many of the world’s natural elements have been removed and this creates a “disconnect,” because we all are (...

Read More