Beer before wine is fine? No, you'll still be hungover

(LONDON) -- The old saying goes, beer before wine and you'll be fine -- the next morning. But wine before beer?

Many folks have long said the order in which different types of drinks are consumed will affect one's hangover -- in England, ... Read More

Trump to receive second physical as president after last year's controversy

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump is scheduled Friday to receive his second physical since taking office, after last year's checkup raised questions about the true state of his health.

Trump, 72, was the oldest president elected in U.... Read More

Supreme Court puts Louisiana abortion law on hold

(WASHINGTON) -- The Supreme Court has temporarily put on hold a controversial Louisiana abortion law set to take effect Friday which requires abortion providers in that state to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles.

Chie... Read More

Doctors race to find out more about polio-like disease AFM before next wave

(NEW YORK) -- Four-year-old Camdyn Carr began the fight of his life two months ago at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, where he was first diagnosed with acute flaccid myelitis (AFM).

The Carr family have remained stead... Read More

Explaining Trump's talk of 'late-term abortions' during State of the Union

(NEW YORK) -- President Donald Trump brought up “late-term abortions” during the 2019 State of the Union, and it’s left doctors scratching their heads.

“As a board-certified Ob-Gyn, I wish people understood that th... Read More

Gabrielle Union says she felt like a 'failure' for having a daughter via surrogate

(NEW YORK) -- Actress and new mom Gabrielle Union admits she felt like she was "surrendering to failure" when she decided to use a surrogate to welcome her first child into the world.

Union, 46, welcomed her first child with husband Dwyan... Read More

I tried 'exercise snacking' for a week and here's why I'm going to keep doing it


(NEW YORK) -- Exercise snacking has nothing to do with eating chips during a SoulCycle class.

It simply means doing short bursts of exercise throughout the day. The extra movement... Read More

Company claims to have 'complete cure for cancer' within a year, but is it too good to be true?


(NEW YORK) -- An Israeli biopharmaceutical company recently announced that it would be able to cure cancer within the next year. But is this claim too good to be true?

“We believe we w... Read More

Susan Lucci urges women to look out for heart disease symptoms following health scare

(NEW YORK) -- Soap opera star Susan Lucci is opening up about a recent heart health scare in hopes of sharing a message with other women to “listen to your symptoms and act on them."

Lucci, who skyrocketed to fame for her role as Erica K... Read More

Colorado could join small list of states that includes consent in sex education curriculum

(DENVER) -- A controversial bill making its way through the Colorado legislature would add information about healthy relationships and consent to the state’s sex education curriculum.

Should the bill pass, Colorado would become only ... Read More

Do we judge pain differently for boys and girls? A new study says yes

(NEW YORK) -- Pain is a subjective feeling -- only you can really know how much pain you feel. But are we judging children’s pain differently depending on whether they’re a girl or a boy?

Levels of discomfort may not be obvious... Read More

People are trying face yoga in an attempt to reduce wrinkles, signs of aging

(NEW YORK) -- Hang your tongue out of your mouth while your eyes drift to the ceiling. Breathe loudly and use your hands to pull your head in every which way. This is yoga for your face, and some people are using it as an alternative to Botox or plas... Read More

Mysterious, well-liked egg's Instagram account is all about mental health

(NEW YORK) -- An egg is usually beaten but its Instagram account whipped up a lot of buzz last month, and on Super Bowl Sunday, its purpose was revealed: mental health awareness.

Instagram user @world_record_egg posted a generic picture of... Read More

Too much toothpaste may hurt your child’s smile, study says

(NEW YORK) -- When struggling to put a child to bed on time each night, one of the last things on a parent's mind is the amount of toothpaste smeared across their toothbrush. However, a recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention... Read More