Here are the Facts on Ebola

The rampant deaths in Guinea have Westerners on high alert about Ebola, but Dr. Kent Sepkowtiz says contracting it in the U.S. is unlikely...

Stress Linked to Infertility In Women

Stress may increase a woman's risk of infertility, new research suggests. The authors of the study wanted to investigate the relationship between stress and infertility....

Strangely, Some Colds Are Not Going Away

About a month ago Sharon Gilbert was hit with a runny nose, sore throat and a cough. The whole snotty works. A few weeks later...

Suddenly, Allergic Reactions to Wipes and Liquid Soaps are on the Rise

Allergic skin reactions to a preservative used in pre-moistened wipes and liquid soaps are on the increase, a doctor says. "In the last two or...

Problem: In States Where Pot is Legal, Even Dogs are Getting High

Residents of Colorado and Washington state aren't the only ones getting high on legal marijuana: So are their four-legged friends. The states' decision to legalize...

California Chefs Fight to Have Bare-Hand Contact With Food

As the happy hour crowd poured in on a recent weeknight, the kitchen and bar staff at Hock Farm restaurant scrambled to meet the...

Obama Administration Will Allow People to Enroll In Health Coverage After March 31 Deadline

The Obama administration will soon issue new Obamacare guidelines allowing people to enroll in health coverage after a March 31 deadline, but only under...

CBC: Rates of Tuberculosis In U. S. Are Falling

Rates of tuberculosis in the United States are falling, with cases at a historic low, health officials reported Thursday. Improved screening of immigrants has helped...

Sleep Loss May Cause Permanent Loss of Brain Cells

Sleep loss may be more serious than previously thought, causing a permanent loss of brain cells, research suggests. In mice, prolonged lack of sleep led...

Many of America’s Best Cancer Hospitals Not Available Under Obamacare

A new report reveals that many of the nation's best cancer hospitals are off-limits under the Affordable Care Act. The report is the latest example...

Women More Likely to Develop Alzheimer’s Than Men

Women are far more likely to develop Alzheimer's than men, according to a report from the Alzheimer's Association. Women over 65 have a one in...

Too Much Screen Time Linked to Poor Wellbeing Among Children

Spending too much time in front of a television, computer or other devices with screens may signal problems in a child's family and personal...

Scientists Study Health Secrets of Dark Chocolate

It's said that dark chocolate can be good for your heart, and new research may have uncovered why. Louisiana State University researchers tested cocoa powders...

New Report Finds that Black Women Are More Likely to Die from Breast Cancer...

While White women are more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer, Black women are more likely to die from it, according to a...

Taking Fish Oil Pills May Not Benefit Your Heart

People who take fish oil capsules may not be getting the heart-health benefits they desired, according to a pair of new research reports. Both studies...

Fatigue Linked to Weight Gain

Every day, you hear about people struggling with arthritis, depression, insomnia, allergies and indigestion. But the biggest problems that afflict more people are fatigue...

Jennifer Hudson Will No Longer Be an Ambassador for Weight Watchers

The 32-year-old songstress has announced she will no longer be an ambassador for the company after a successful run. Four years and 80 pounds later,...

Study: Kids On Average Take 650 Hits to the Head Every Sports Season

Congress is taking a look at how to protect young athletes from head injuries. A recent study shows that kids playing tackle or flag football...

Baby Girl in India Born with 2 Heads

Conjoined twins born at a hospital in India appear to share everything below their two, separate heads, hospital officials told ABCNews.com. “Yes this report is...

Pregnant Women Exposed to Secondhand Smoke Have Higher Rate of Miscarriages, Stillbirths

Pregnant women who have been exposed to high levels of secondhand smoke have a higher rate of miscarriages, stillbirths and fetal deaths, a new...