Belgian bid to extend right to die to children gets intense opposition, but expected to pass
Some big companies will be able to avoid coverage penalty under new health care rule
Caffeine common for kids, even preschoolers, study shows; soda, tea and coffee main sources
A power outage can be expensive depending on how much perishable food you have to lose.
Rappahannock General Hospital has agreed to join the Bon Secours Virginia Health System.
The athletes are showing off their skill, strength and stamina in Sochi. Here's how to train like them.
Dwyane Wade unsure if he'll play in All-Star game because of nerve irritation in left foot
Chick-fil-A to use only chicken raised without antibiotics within 5 years
Navajo Nation president blocks reservation junk-food tax, asks lawmakers to revise proposal
Former Dutch health minister Els Borst, who pushed for key euthanasia law, is found dead at 81
Utah company recalling 90,000 pounds of beef jerky, cites labeling error
Former VP Walter Mondale undergoes heart surgery; family says doing fine
5th-century cemetery found in Uffizi Gallery dig; dozens of skeletons could be plague victims
Study of NYC jails shows inmates in solitary confinement are more likely to harm themselves
FDA panelists say new data are not strong enough to conclude naproxen is safer on heart
Clinic, North Dakota in talks over law requiring hospital credentials for abortion providers
Veteran NBC newsman Tom Brokaw diagnosed with cancer; doctors optimistic about treatment
Research explains why women tend to be colder than men.
Men have Viagra, but what do women have? Two women talk about a clinical trial at George Washington University for Sprout Pharmaceutical's little pink pill, called Flibanserin.
Man once lauded as 'Japan's Beethoven' says he's regained hearing; CD sales rise