According to the CDC, nearly 7-percent of American children have ADHD.
The federal government wants stronger warnings on indoor tanning beds as more young people develop a deadly form of skin cancer.
Pat Newby has traveled to 87 countries and all seven continents, but a recent trip left her with nagging neck pain.
Being physical helps youngsters build up their muscles and bones, keeps their weight down.
Do you think you aren't a distracted driver? Well the state department of health says that if you eat or drink behind the wheel, adjust your radio, or use a navigation system, then you are distracted.
Our vision may seem a little blurry with age.
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, usually caused by exposure to ultra-violet rays.
With baseball season in full swing it's not just the big leaguers who are taking to the field.
Every year on April Second, Autism organizations around the world observe the day with awareness programs and fundraisers.
A new study of kids' meals at the nation's top chain restaurants is out Thursday afternoon.
The Centers for Disease Control says healthy American adults should be eating no more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day, but study after study finds that people are eating way over that amount.
A Plymouth teen with a severe peanut allergy died after eating a cookie.
For first time drivers under the age of 18 there are a more few rules to abide by.
Feeling tired, crabby and just plain worn out? Perhaps the problem was a lousy night's sleep.
Severe weather season is right around the corner.
As if we didn't have enough to worry about.....wonder if these cell phone users know that the flu outbreak could have started with that cell phone they can't live without....
Spring is around the corner which means fresh produce will be available at local farmer's markets.
Cellphones have been widely used for only about 15 years, so it may be too soon to know how they effect our health.
SHERMAN, TX -- Whether you've been bullied or regretful for being a bully in the past, the subject has become a hot topic in recent years. For this Mom's Everyday Money segment, we look at how bullying can not only affect us emotionally, but economically as well.
It's Fire Prevention Week, and the Oklahoma Department of Health wants to remind you a working smoke alarm can help save your life. It's the subject of today's Safe Family report.
ATOKA, OK - Safety at child care facilities is always a top concern for parents, authorities and care takers as well. But an accident at a daycare in Atoka leaves a three-year-old badly hurt and raises some serious questions about safety.
The federal government is announcing a giant recall this afternoon of more than 2 million cribs. The recall involves 7 different companies and more than 2-point-2 million cribs. 27 children have been reported injured.
America's drug users are going gray. A new study reveals that between 1992 and 2008 the proportion of substance abuse treatment admissions involving older Americans nearly doubled, Alcohol is still the most abused drug but it doesn't end there.
Doctors in Britain say a five dollar dose of medicine could save 100,000 lives a year. The drug stops bleeding in trauma patients, but until now it has only been used in scheduled operations.
If you plan on taking your children on a plane anytime soon, the national transportation safety board has a message to parents, buy your babies their own seat.
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