Recent research has indicated that by lowering blood pressure, women cut their risk of experiencing stroke, myocardial infarction or heart failure and could possibly reverse some effects of cardiovascular disease.
Barbara Bush, the daughter of former President George W. Bush, has joined a list of well-known Republicans who support gay marriage.
Lawmakers in Idaho are working on legislation that would declare President Barack Obama’s healthcare law "null and void," claiming that the 10th Amendment grants individual states the final word on enforcing policies.
As violence erupted in the streets of Egypt this week, some Americans have raised concerns about the government’s aid to its Arab ally.
Researchers at Oregon State University believe that detecting nutrient biomarkers in people with Alzheimer’s may be an important step in developing treatment and prevention methods for the disease.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has called on Congress to tighten Federal laws that allow individuals to purchase firearms without a background check. His statements followed a recent probe in which city investigators, who posed as consumers, were able to purchase firearms at a gun show in Phoenix.
President Barack Obama’s healthcare overhaul was dealt another blow on Jan. 31 as a Federal judge in Florida declared the law unconstitutional.
Eating broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables — like cauliflower and watercress — could prevent cancer since a substance found in them targets a mutation-suppressing gene.
A columnist for The Washington Post recently admitted to having "a Sarah Palin problem," which prompted him to challenge fellow media members to boycott the former Governor of Alaska during the month of February.
A study conducted at the University of Helsinki in Finland has shown that men older than 71 may add years to their life by taking vitamin E supplements.