Those who make energy efficiency home improvements may qualify for a tax break, and the Tax Incentives Assistance Project (TIAP) has set out to remind Americans to take advantage of them not only to cut their bills but also to help the environment.
Iron plays a key role in brain development, and its deficiency has been linked to hearing complications in prematurely born babies, a new study has found.
According to new research, a low-carb diet high in plant-based proteins may help lower heart disease risk factors in overweight people.
A faulty pool drain cover can lead to serious injuries, and the beginning of the summer season is a good time to review basic safety measures that pool-owners should keep in mind to avoid a disaster.
According to a new article, dietary adjustments may help prevent or treat prostate cancer.
Deft Research, a market research firm, has released a study which analyzes the expectations of those aged 63-64 for their retirement and health insurance.
Following an announcement from earlier this week, President Obama has laid out his plans for sweeping new regulations of the financial system.
Amid a fierce debate on the best ways to pursue a healthcare reform, it has emerged that the nation’s largest health insurer rewarded its employees for cancelling coverage of sick patients.
White House officials have announced President Obama will sign a memorandum on Wednesday which will extend health and other benefits to gay partners of federal employees.
People who suffer from multiple sclerosis (MS), a debilitating neurological condition, may benefit by supplementing their mainstream therapy with alternative treatments.
Folic acid has been known to reduce the risk of neurological defects in fetuses, but new research suggests it also may boost a baby’s heart health.
In the wake of recent airplane accidents, many people will ask themselves if it is possible to survive similar crashes. Fortunately, experts are saying passengers who keep in mind several basic survival strategies have a high likelihood of survival.
President Obama will deliver a speech on Wednesday in which he is expected to announce a plan for a sweeping overhaul of the financial system regulation.
With the arrival of summer, Yoga practitioners around the country are stepping outside to let the sun and the wind boost the benefits of the Indian healing technique.
American Bullion, Washington Times radio and The Rescue Task Force veterans charity have teamed up to tout the benefits of U.S. Gold IRA retirement accounts.
The Justice Department has filed legal papers to dismiss a case in which a same-sex couple is seeking a determination on whether their union is entitled to be acknowledged by states that do not recognize same-sex marriage.
Mindful of the potential of the recession to compound hurricane damage, experts are warning Americans against saving on upgrades or putting off protecting their property.
According to a new study, women who take probiotics during pregnancy and lactation are less likely to become obese.
Scientists believe cognitive decline and other memory problems in humans may be mitigated through a diet rich in oily fish which are high in vitamin D.
In these uncertain economic times, financial scams are proliferating and an industry association has offered tips on how consumers can protect themselves and their families from this type of fraud.
The nation’s highest court has rejected the challenge to the "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy introduced during the Clinton Administration.
Dietary research has provided new insights into ways of preventing or minimizing age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Senate Democrats have released a draft of a healthcare bill that would introduce sweeping changes to the current insurance system which many consider to be dysfunctional.