Health

(Mountain View, CA) -- Google is working on technology that will help people suffering from Parkinson's Disease eat without spilling. The Liftware spoon is designed to sense how a hand is shaking and then makes adjustments to remain balanced. Studies have shown the spoon reduced...
(Undated) -- There's a way to cut back on overeating this Thanksgiving. Registered Dietitian Laura Jeffers with the Cleveland Clinic recommends keeping the food in another room. If the food is in front of you, it's a lot easier to have more than one helping. You can also trick...
(Undated) -- Two spoonfuls of yogurt a day can significantly reduce your odds of getting diabetes. A new study by the Harvard School of Public Health shows that eating 28 grams of yogurt daily can reduce your risk of developing Type Two diabetes by 18-percent. Almost 200-...
(Washington) -- Restaurant chains and large vending machine operators will now have to put calorie counts on their menus. It's one of the new rules from the Food and Drug Administration designed to make people aware of the risk of obesity posed by fatty, sugary foods. FDA...
(Undated) -- Lung cancer is the nation's most lethal disease. Doctor Peter Mazzone with the Cleveland Clinic says getting a CT scan can help catch lung cancer early. Most lung cancer is found once it's in its later stages, and at that point it may be treatable but not curable...
(Atlanta, GA) -- Cold and flu season is upon us, and with the hustle and bustle of the holidays doctors want you to be careful about what medications you take. Dr. Angela Golden says you could be doing serious damage to your body if you take multiple medications at the same time...
(Undated) -- The way kids deal with stress isn't very different from the way adults do, according to a new survey conducted by a children's anxiety relief program called "Go Zen." The biggest cause of stress for kids between the ages of nine and 13 is the academic pressure, like...
(Phoenix, AZ) -- The director of the Phoenix VA hospital is being replaced after an investigation showed a record of mismanagement and hiding long wait times for care. Sharon Helman was leading the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center during the time that the problems were taking...
(Columbus, OH) -- Two young Columbus, Ohio girls are back home after an Ebola scare. Columbus Public Health officials say the four- and six-year-old girls tested positive for the flu yesterday after being rushed to Nationwide Children's Hospital. The girls were being monitored...