Doctors increasingly believe that children can benefit from safe and effective complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies.
The National Center for Public Policy Research has accused U.S. lawmakers of holding one-sided hearings on the consequences of the California drought.
As the deadline for filing income tax returns approaches, an organization dedicated to promoting a fairer tax system has said the present tax law confuses taxpayers and damages the economy.
In 2006, Americans were exposed to more than seven times as much ionizing radiation from medical procedures, such as CT scans, as was the case in the early 1980s, according to a new report.
The funding status of an average U.S. corporate pension plan improved by 6.4 percentage points in March, according to new statistics.
A combination of vitamins may be useful for the prevention of hydrocephalus, a new study has found.
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia against Attorney General Eric Holder in connection with his move to enforce the federal law against firearm purchases by non-resident American citizens.
Spring marks the height of the tornado season, and it is important to know key facts about tornado survival.
Scientists have announced they will unveil a more accurate set of standards for measuring vitamin D levels in blood later this year.
By the admission of White House staffers, the administration’s climate proposal could cost industry up to $2 trillion, and the Senate has just blocked the efforts to put climate-change legislation on a fast track.
Today, people lead stressful lives, and it is easy to simply reach for pills when symptoms become difficult to control. However, there many natural and efficient techniques that can make a big difference.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced it will offer leniency to Americans who come forward with assets invested in offshore accounts.
Scientists believe that people suffering from celiac disease stand to benefit from boosting their dietary intake of vitamins B.
Rather than unfreezing the credit markets, regulations that come with the deals will stifle business and perpetuate the crisis, according to some industry insiders.
Politicians gathered at the G20 summit in London have vowed to crack down on tax havens by introducing cross-border regulation.
American Issues Project (AIP) has added its voice to the growing chorus of criticism against President Obama’s proposed new budget.
As Illinois congressman Luis Gutierrez tours the country to promote illegal alien amnesty, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has issued a new statement reminding Americans of possible consequences of such a bill.
New research from UCLA scientists linking stress during teenage years to heart disease in adult life provides yet another lesson in the importance of stress control and management.
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has vowed to sue the mayor of Seattle if he goes ahead with his plan to ban legally-carried firearms from city property.
Despite falling profits and stronger competition in some green energy sectors, this year may provide good opportunities for investors to buy the industry’s stocks.
Late winter is the season when people tend to get depressed most, and one expert has discussed some of the possible origins of depressive episodes.
Although the water levels of North Dakota’s Red River are subsiding, the danger has not passed yet with new storms in the forecast. Meanwhile, a health organization has offered tips on flood survival.
President Obama’s nominations for the commissioner and deputy chief of the Food and Drug Administration are pitting different groups against one another.