9/11 First Responders Battle Toxic Exposures 15 Years Later
It has been 15 years since Ray Pfeifer saw news about a plane hitting the north tower of the World Trade Center. A two-decade veteran of the New York Fire Department, Pfeifer was on his way to enjoy a round of golf when he immediately got back in his car and headed into the city. A member of FDNY
Update From Clinton's Doctor: Democrat Is 'Fit to Serve'
Hoping to put the issue of her health behind her as she gets ready to return to the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton has released an updated review of her physical fitness and details about a recent bout of pneumonia
A Look at Hillary Clinton's Recent Illness
Hillary Clinton has released a new letter from her doctor declaring her to be "recovering well" from pneumonia and remaining "fit to serve as president of the United States."
What Finally Cured a Woman's 18-Year Stuffy Nose
For more than 18 years, Nadia Campbell had no sense of taste or smell and lived with terrible sinus pain. Even after seeing five specialists and undergoing three surgeries, the 38-year-old said she was still left with a perpetually runny nose that kept her up all night. “Every day there was a
Late Ebola Patient's Fiancee Gets Nothing in Hospital Settlement
Thomas Eric Duncan's Children and Parents Get Settlement, Fiancee Gets Nothing
5 Weird Reasons Your Teeth Hurt
intro:Exercise is great for your body (and mind but could it be hurting your teeth? Maybe, suggests a study in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. The researchers found that triathletes who did endurance training had a greater risk for tooth erosion (a loss of enamel due to
Despite Warnings, Antibiotics Still Overprescribed in Kids
By Dr. Natasha Bhuyan Despite warnings from public health experts that overprescribing antibiotics could lead to difficult-to-treat “superbugs,” doctors are prescribing antibiotics to children about twice as often as they are actually needed, a new study found. Researchers at Seattle Children’s ...
Behind the Scenes of Movie Theaters
Why concessions are so expensive and what bacteria might be found on your theater seats.
5 Secrets to Outsmart Your Allergies
If you have seasonal allergies, you probably assume that you've heard all the advice out there—and despite your best efforts, you still find yourself sneezing, wheezing and tearing. But don't fear those blooming trees and piles of freshly mown grass. "More and more, new technology is giving us a