Headaches And Migraines News
8 Turks Who Fled to Greece Are a Diplomatic 'Hot Potato'
The Turkish military helicopter that landed in a Greek border city just as an attempted coup was being quashed in Turkey has turned into one of the toughest diplomatic challenges to date for Greece's relatively inexperienced government
The Latest: Farm Water Warning Lifted in Utah Algae Bloom
Utah officials are lifting an agricultural water use advisory that was issued in response to a huge algae bloom on Utah Lake
Toxic Algae Bloom Swarms Utah Lake, Seeps Into Farm Supply
A huge toxic algae bloom in Utah has closed one of the largest freshwater lakes west of the Mississippi River, sickening more than 100 people and leaving farmers scrambling for clean water for days during the hottest part of the year
Puerto Rico Rejects Insecticide to Fight Zika Amid Protests
Puerto Rico's governor says he will not authorize aerial spraying with the insecticide naled to fight an increase in Zika cases despite being urged to do so by U.S. health officials
Golf Returns to the Olympics, Minus Its Best Players
Golf returns to the Olympics, and its most famous players will be sitting at home
Teresa Palmer Tapped Into Childhood Fear for 'Lights Out'
Teresa Palmer tapped into a childhood fear of the dark for her new horror movie, "Lights Out."
Transgender Student Sues Wisconsin School District
A transgender student has filed a federal lawsuit alleging a Wisconsin school district won't let him use the boy's restrooms and repeatedly uses his female birth name
Crews Cutting up Dead Whale That Keeps Floating to Shore
A dead humpback whale that keeps washing up on the Southern California coast after being towed out to sea is proving to be a headache for beach officials
Head of Rio Games: Golfers Skip Because No Money Involved
A leading Rio de Janeiro Olympics official doubts the world's top four male golfers are staying away from the games because of the Zika virus