Older individuals may be able to lower their risk of developing dementia by improving their diet and by taking steps to avoid diabetes and depression, according to a new study published in the August issue of the British Medical Journal.
During a 90-minute press conference, Representative Maxine Waters vehemently denied breaking House conflict-of-interest regulations by allegedly helping garner Federal support for a troubled bank that had close ties to her husband.
Results of a recent University of California study suggest that prostate cancer patients may want to avoid consuming high levels of fructose, as it can play a role in the growth of invasive tumors.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum has unveiled a historically aggressive immigration bill proposal that he said would go "one step further" than Arizona’s controversial new law, which was recently stripped of its key provisions by a Federal judge.
Completing the latest stage of reversing the ban on same-sex marriage in California, a judge has ruled that ceremonies may resume in the state on August 18.
The controversy surrounding the proposed Islamic center in lower Manhattan seems to continue, as the developers rejected an offer to relocate the project.
Conservatives from around the country blasted Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) last week after the veteran lawmaker made some racially charged remarks while attempting to disparage Republican policies.
Hypertensive individuals who are looking for a natural way to lower their blood pressure may want to consider eating chili peppers on a regular basis—if they can handle the heat.
The Tea Party movement remains a powerful force in American politics, although numerous recent studies have shown that its membership’s affiliation defies traditional party identification.
A few days after the American Freedom Defense Initiative and Stop Islamization of America filed a lawsuit against New York City’s Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) for refusing to run an ad campaign protesting the construction of an Islamic center in lower Manhattan, the agency has agreed to put up the posters.