iStock/ThinkstockBY: DR. ANNA CHACON
(NEW YORK) -- Young black men expect increased scrutiny, surveillance and even direct targeting when in areas that have more white people than they typically encounter, a study has found.
Researchers from the Department of ... Read More
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(NEW YORK) -- Iskra Lawrence is a 27-year-old body positive model and activist on a mission to change the world.
You may recognize Lawrence from her many lingerie campaigns with Aerie, American Eagle Outfitter’s intimate apparel brand, ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Supermodel Miranda Kerr says she drinks it every morning and actress Busy Philipps has talked about it with her 1.1 million Instagram followers.
Speaking of Instagram, you’ve probably seen it all over your feed.
It is ... Read More
iStock/ThinkstockBY: DR. RICHA KALRA
(NEW YORK) -- Thinking positively is often good for brain health -- but a new study shows it's important to proceed with caution.
Positive thoughts seem to increase connections between regions of the brain in ... Read More
iStock/ThinkstockBY: DR. EDITH BRACHO-SANCHEZ and DR. RICHA KALRA
(NEW YORK) -- Adults who hold back-and-forth conversations with young children rather than just talking to them may be helping to strengthen connections between the language regions of the children’s brains, ... Read More
(EMPORIA, Va.) -- A 6-month-old boy died after being left for hours in a hot car in a parking lot outside a Domino's restaurant in Virginia, police said.
The baby's mother, an employee at the Domino's in Emporia, ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the first time ever has green-lighted a birth control app to be marketed as a method of contraception.
The app, Natural Cycles, calculates when a woman is most likely ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Being expected to check work email during non-work hours is making employees, as well as their significant others, experience higher levels of anxiety, a study shows.
Researchers from Virginia Tech surveyed 108 employees working at least ... Read More
California Department of Fish and Wildlife
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- Recently, Dr. Jamie Peyton received a phone call from a fellow veterinarian at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife regarding a yearling bear cub that sustained severe, third-degree burns on ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Men's bodies may respond better to low-calorie diets than women's, a new study showed.
A study in Denmark recruited more than 2,000 people who had pre-diabetes -- meaning high blood sugar, but not yet diabetes -- ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Breastfeeding in public is legal in all 50 states, but a mother in New York discovered her town required breastfeeding be limited to "designated areas."
That code went unnoticed and unchanged in Hempstead, New York, for ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Encouraging people to eat a variety of foods, also known as dietary diversity, may actually backfire, according to a new scientific statement by the American Heart Association.
The suggestion that people try to eat a variety ... Read More
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(NEW YORK) -- Maria Jordan MacKeigan had never met a person with Down syndrome until her own daughter, Jordan Grace, was born with the chromosomal abnormality four years ago.
Now MacKeigan is making sure her daughter ... Read More
(CHICAGO) -- Some crayons may not be ready for play time, according to a new report.
U.S. Public Interest Research Group, an advocacy group, said in its annual report on the safety of school supplies that Playskool brand crayons ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Women are more likely to survive heart attacks if treated by women physicians in the emergency room, a new study that reviewed about half a million patients over more than 20 years found.The study confirms ... Read More