The city is tackling the obesity problem starting with banning fruit juice in schools. The program was not received favorably at first but parents adapted after a while.
The Navy is concerned about the safety of e-cigarette batteries which have caused injuries to sailors, prompting its ban on ships. Vaping group insists batteries are safe.
Linsey expressed her gratitude for just being alive and from the love and support she received from her fans.
To reduce the harm caused sharing needles among drug users, syringe vending machines are installed.
The passenger forcibly removed from his seat will "probably" file a lawsuit, his lawyer says.
A recent research explored the impact of touchscreen devices on toddlers' sleep patterns and found that it lessened their sleep.
MyAsthma app has been rolled out on the iTunes store to help asthma patients and their carers manage the condition.
Researchers are working on a small chip that could help predict a woman's risk of delivering her baby before its full term.
Patients can have shorter hospital stays when they undergo a training program to prepare them for a surgery, study says.
A study has linked intestinal bacteria to the prevention of diabetes.
More UK women reported drinking alcohol while pregnant than in other European countries, and Norway has the fewest.
A survey in the UK showed young adults follow dairy-free diets. They might need to find alternatives for sources of calcium.
Scientists were able to extinguish the memory of mice about a frightening event.
She said her faith in God had given her family strength during the difficult moments.
Acute low back pain sufferers may find relief from chiropractic therapy but it does not eliminate the pain completely.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.