(DANVILLE, Va.) -- Avicia Thorpe is a "star" in her community.
The former educator, who began teaching in segregated Virginia schools in 1933, celebrated her 110th birthday on April 16 to much fanfare.
Along with her fellow resi... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- The majority of cosmetic procedures performed in the United States last year -- more than 15.7 million of the overall 17.5 million -- were considered minimally invasive and did not require major surgery, according to a new report from t... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- The Centers for Disease Control is expanding its warning over romaine lettuce tainted with E. coli. The lettuce is responsible for at least 53 people falling ill, including 31 hospitalizations, in 16 states.
The CDC had previousl... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Lawmakers have become more vocal about their support of legalization of marijuana, including talking about it on the campaign trail and in the halls of Congress.
It's a move that comes in the wake of a majority of states le... Read More
(FLINT, Mich.) -- A judge has denied a man's request to resume the program that distributed free bottled water to the residents of Flint, Michigan.
The case involved a Flint man who said his home’s tap water is contaminated with high... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- We know that carrying around extra weight puts your heart health at risk. New research presented on Friday to the European Society for Cardiology shows that the location of your fat is just as important as the amount of it.
A... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Some were warned by a parent before every health care encounter. Some heard it from a doctor. Others remember an uncomfortable reaction. Around one in 10 people are told at some point in their lives that they are allergic to penicillin.... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- A new study in Australia looked at how much junk food advertising kids were exposed to and the numbers were staggering.
Food advertising can directly affect the types of foods that children actually eat, The Read More