Billions Of Dollars In Foreign Food Ingredients Enter U.S. Unchecked Every Year
The Skinny: The French Elections Top The U.S. Front Pages
Snoring Can Tear Couples Apart Because It Prevents A Good Night's Rest
Julie Chen speaks with Samantha Heller, a registered dietician and contributing editor of Health magazine, about the downside of liquid detox diets and learns about some healthy alternatives.
Julia Nettles, 17, and her brother became the primary caregivers for their mother when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at age 32. Mark Strassmann tells their story.
Meg Oliver reports on the failures of long term dieting; how genetics lowers Chinese people's risk of cancer; and new research that strengthens the link between pesticides and Parkinson's disease.
How do colleges reconcile the rights of students who suffer from disorders that may lead to violence with the right of other students to be in a safe environment? Randall Pinkston investigates.
Researchers have found that chocolate in its purest form can lower blood pressure, improve skin and give us a thrill that rivals a passionate kiss. Frances Largeman-Roth from Health magazine has more.
The FDA is investigating whether the Chinese intentionally spiked their pet food ingredients with melamine. They might be mistaken on their theory for doing so. Nancy Cordes reports.
Researchers Keep Finding Evidence That A Little Chocolate Every Day Can Provide Big Health Benefits
The Skinny: A Disastrous Senate Hearing For The Attorney General
$6,250-A-Ticket Dinner Funds Controversial Scientology Program For Police, Firefighters, EMTs
Rise In Mentally Ill Students Has Campuses Struggling To Maintain Balance Between Safety And Privacy
Theory Probed On Imports As Melamine Turns Up At Calif. Hog Farm
Meg Oliver reports a record number of vaccinations is expected for the 2007-2008 flu season; heavy drinking might have lasting effects on the heart; and consuming less salt may benefit your heart.