A new study by Cone Communications found 71 percent of American consumers consider the environment when they shop, and almost half look for environmental information when deciding which product to purchase.
W.Va. tries to tackle childhood hunger and obesity through expanded school meals
In the second half of this series, we'll touch on how to achieve an awesome, time efficient and safe core workout.
A marathon is supposed to end with smiles, maybe tears of joy and certainly exhaustion. It is not supposed to end with carnage and blood on the streets. The horror that struck Boston last week makes some of us wonder: Could it happen here, too?
Review: Alan Cumming's 1-man 'Macbeth' stunningly redefines the concept of tour-de-force
When Kristi Mangan saw a picture of her sister kissing someone this spring, she wondered who the mystery person was.
Psychological aftershocks are invisible wounds of disaster but most people recover with time
Spring is finally here and the Washington area has already had some summer-like days. Now is the time to gear up for mosquito season. So what kind of a season can residents expect?
Rescuers push into remote Chinese villages hit by Sichuan quake; 188 killed, thousands injured
A new job or a healthier lifestyle come with obvious benefits. But the changes could also save money in unconventional ways.
Study: More food poisoning from bacteria tied to raw milk, poultry; other causes hold steady
Tourniquets, once controversial, seen as lifesavers in aftermath of Boston Marathon bombings
Fla-based compounding pharmacy recalls dozens of sterile drug products, including injectables
A personal trainer may be able to help people fit into the perfect bathing suit or find a better workout, but there are some traits that should be avoided in a personal trainer.
Laundry service that discovered set of stillborn remains says no additional remains were found
Battlefield to Boston: Lessons learned from war injuries are helping marathon bomb victims
NHRA fans escape serious injury after car body comes lands in walkway in front of grandstand
Officials say the firm that provides health care to Medicaid recipients in the District of Columbia may owe $85 million to the city's doctors, clinics and hospitals.
Barcelona defender Eric Abidal makes 1st start since liver transplant