Consumer groups filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on Wednesday for delaying a rule that would require new cars sold in the U.S. to have back-up cameras.
Kids love playing kickball, but now a gym in Queens, New York is hoping to spark their interest in kettlebells. The Gantry CrossFit gym in Long Island City is now offering to train kids “as young as 3″ in the art of CrossFit, the extreme exercise regimen that includes routines like swinging kettlebells, flipping tires, and doing …
Testing can be a good way to detect potential medical problems before they cause illness, but occasionally such vigilant monitoring can be too much of a good thing.
As the population ages, more men are experiencing waning testosterone levels, which can contribute to depression and changes in blood pressure and blood sugar.
DVDs and educational programs on TV have a growing place in helping young children to learn. But there’s new evidence that they may not be as effective as old fashioned conversation.
It knows when you try to pass off artificial sweeteners as the real thing.
We tasted them, and you may not miss the 40% fat and 30% calories stripped from the spuds.
In California, people in illegal possession of firearms for criminal activity or mental illness will have them seized.
Choice is good, but when it comes to protecting yourself against the flu, one vaccine that is able to fight off most virus strains year after year is far more appealing than an annual jab.
While nearly all mothers start breast-feeding their newborns, about half stop after a few weeks. The latest study explains why.
What’s on family dinner tables around the globe? Photographs by Peter Menzel from the book “Hungry Planet”
Sex may not be allowed in prisons, but the reality is that it still occurs, and because condoms are contraband, the sex is unprotected.