Fast food in U.S. among the saltiest.
A new study suggests that if mom is depressed, she's more likely to wake her baby up in the middle of the night.
The newest and fastest growing cosmetic surgery in the country is chin implants.
More men are going under the knife to look better.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure races see decline in participation.
Fish oil supplements may be no good for heart attack and stroke survivors.
Annual X-rays may expose dental patients to unnecessary tumor risk.
Teen birth rate drops to lowest level since 1946.
This season of the "Biggest Loser" will feature a White House workout.
Study finds two new childhood obesity related genes.
Mom's weight or diabetic condition may be a factor in autism.
Spring break brings spike in head lice.
A company that's locating in Auburn is expected to create about 250 new jobs in east Alabama by this time next year.
Florida pharmacists can now give vaccinations for pneumonia and shingles under a bill sign by Gov. Rick Scott.
It's National Health Care Week and students at Faine Elementary spent the day learning in a fun way.
The school held it's annual health and safety fair Wednesday.
New 4's Muriel Bailey tells us what the students learned.
According to a new lab study, birth control pills may affect women's taste in men.
A new government study warns about the possible link between cancer and people who are obese and inactive.
Health officials say a graphic new anti-smoking campaign led to a doubling of calls to a toll-free number that helps people quit cigarettes.
Vegetarians upset to learn about bug-based dye in strawberries and creme Starbucks drink.
On the third and last day of arguments, the justices are questioning Paul Clement, a lawyer for 26 states seeking to have the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act tossed out in its entirety.
New study shows popcorn has some health benefits.
New study shows raisins and soy milk are heart healthy snacks.
Eating chocolate can make you thin?
Research shows there may be a link between stress and Alzheimer's disease.
Sitting may increase risk of death.
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