“I’ve been to Paris at least 40 times, but who’s counting,” Pat Patwardhan told Ivanhoe.
According to new research, parents have good reason to be strict with their children’s sleep schedule.
The study shows 47 percent of babies who were studied had flat spots on their head.
People who donate blood this week at UAB will be eligible to win a new iPad or Kindle Fire HD.
Doctors say African-Americans have shorter survival times among patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Scientists say mammary glands are sensitive to insulin, the hormone that regulates the amount of glucose in the blood.
Whole Foods Market recalls popular cheese.
Organizers hope the promotion raises awareness about the importance of giving blood.
New research shows drugs used to treat arthritis can increase the risk of a heart attack or a stroke.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Dr. Jay McCollum at the Callahan Eye Hospital says fireworks cause about 12-thousand visits to emergency rooms each year.
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Results from a study by the National Opinion Research Center’s General Social Survey shows the number of wives having affairs jumped almost 40 percent in the last two decades.
Doctors say the new urine-based test is more accurate and could allow doctors to intervene earlier.
The study was initially conducted to try to determine the reasons for higher birth defect rates in Pakistani communities.
Researchers in the Netherlands also found that people who exercise, follow a healthy diet, watch their alcohol intake and don’t smoke cut their risk of heart problems.
New research has found that women who work nights for 30 years or more double their risk of getting breast cancer.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 48,000 women died from prescription drug overdoses in the last 10 years.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A California judge has ruled that it’s a real stretch to suggest yoga is always religious.
Superior Court Judge John S. Meyer rejected the pleas of parents from a San Diego County school district
“We didn’t teach her ourselves. We wanted a professional, somebody that was certified to do that, but we were able to recognize the warning signs when they’re fatigued,” Christensen said.