health & medicine
A new $125 million project called Comprehensive Soldier Fitness will instill psychological strength in soldiers in the same way it teaches physical fitness.
Google announced last week that they would close the doors on Google Health, leaving an opening for a new player in the medical record tech industry.
Transportation experts say Cleveland and New York are the safest cities for pedestrians; Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville the most dangerous.
Advisers to the Food and Drug Administration voted unanimously to stop the use of cancer drug Avastin for the treatment of breast cancer.
William Foege, one of the scientists who led the global campaign that eradicated smallpox, talks about the other six diseases he'd like to kill off.
Research indicates early exposure to chemicals found in plastic containers and some natural food products, like soy, can lead to breast cancer.
Prominent charities say they're raising money for cancer. In fact, they're spending millions on fundraising and administrative costs.
Organic farmers and food advocates think new rules around genetically modified, so called Roundup Ready alfalfa could kill the organic dairy industry. So they're suing.
Scientists are testing a brain implant in rats that could help them recall memories again.
An echolocation method called "Flash Sonar" uses the subtle sound of a tongue clicking to help blind and visually impaired people interpret their surroundings - even at high speeds.