health & medicine
Many street food vendors will be forced to change their ways as India's food safety law is enforced.
The tactics fast food companies use to get us to overeat, and come back for more -- from shakes in clear plastic cups to apples with caramel.
Developers of the breath test say there is an 85 percent accuracy in spotting lung cancer using the breathalyzer.
A Boston program encourages low-income residents to eat healthier by giving them incentives to buy food at farmers markets.
Virus turns T cells into tumor-seeking missiles, and could be the key to curing some cancers.
Cargill recalls 36 million pounds of ground turkey after salmonella outbreak leaves one person dead and at least 76 ill.
Women who chose home births say they want more control of their bodies and are rejecting the hospital and its technology.
From the U.S. to the third world, C-sections are on the rise. But health experts caution the procedure has unaccounted risks.
The daughter of a hoarder describes how her mother's compulsion has shaped her life.
Physical inactivity and smoking are two major risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s disease in the United States.