Good news for girls in Somalia: New survey shows female genital mutilation on decline
"I run for Boston." So many marathoners have declared that line over the years while training to achieve a qualifying time for what is considered the Holy Grail of American marathons.
Marathon day in Boston is a day traditionally filled with eager runners, packed bars and sidewalks overflowing with supporters, signs and cheers. But the 117th Boston Marathon deviated drastically from tradition.
Serbia massacre puts spotlight on surging suicides, depression among Balkan war veterans
Alicia Keys campaigns to educate women about HIV, leads grant program for community projects
A study in the April issue of Pediatrics finds sexual activity is incredibly rare among preteens. Roughly 1 percent of 10- and 11-year-olds, and just over 2 percent of 12-year-olds, are sexually active.
Abbott Labs recalls blood glucose meters over inaccurate memory for dangerously high readings
The Great Unveiling (Memorial Day weekend) is just days away -- and the body part most people are concerned about is the stomach.
Gridlock can literally kill by raising your blood pressure, your stress level and your risk of heart disease.
2 more die as death toll from bird flu rises to 13 in China; 11 new cases also reported
'Lucky to be alive:' Andrew Marr appears on BBC, needs extensive physical therapy after stroke
Defensive stocks lead this year's gains for the S&P 500
Identical brothers a triple threat at Cuba ballet school; all have talent to make the stage
FDA will reevaluate heart risks of Avandia, former blockbuster diabetes drug from Glaxo
Marlins OF Austin Kearns taken to hospital after complaining of irregular heartbeat
Jonathan Winters, groundbreaking comic who influenced generations, dead at 87
US: Researchers in study of oxygen for premature babies didn't fully disclose risks to parents
Hope for heartburn: 'Bracelet' implant for the throat can help treat severe acid reflux