French authorities investigate dangerous implants

Jan 26, 2012
France, where today authorities arrested the founder of a company that sold faulty breast implants to women all over the world.
Posted In: plastic surgery, Health, Europe

New school lunch guidelines set

Jan 26, 2012
Congress is still allowing French fries and pizza to count as vegetables, but what else is about to change on school lunch trays across America?
Posted In: School, school lunches, Health

USDA announces healthier school lunches

Jan 25, 2012
Fruits, vegetables and whole grains to replace high-fat, sodium-heavy menu items for American school kids.
Posted In: school lunches, Michelle Obama, USDA, Health

Is wine actually good for your health?

Jan 13, 2012
The unmasking of fraud by a leading researcher on the health benefits of wine has called into question the entire body of knowledge about the fermented grape.
Posted In: wine, Health

Big prize if you invent a Star Trek tricorder

Jan 13, 2012
Live longer and prosper more
Posted In: star trek, Health, inventions

Medical website WebMD falls ill financially

Jan 10, 2012
WebMD’s chief executive resigns as the once-profitable medical reference website sees advertising revenue decline.
Posted In: Health, webmd

Health care spending rising more slowly

Jan 9, 2012
The rapid rate of growth is slowing, but many people aren't feeling the change.
Posted In: Health, health care

Calling mom can reduce stress levels

Jan 6, 2012
Your mom was right (as usual): It's good for your health to give her a phone call.
Posted In: Health

Job insecurity = health insurance insecurity

Jan 5, 2012
The pressure for healthcare reform won't go away -- far from it.
Posted In: Health, Health care and insurance

Herbalife critics call company a pyramid scheme

Jan 2, 2012
The nutrition-supplement giant says the allegations are bogus and is back fighting to save its reputation and its future.
Posted In: Health, Herbalife