While Republicans continue to celebrate the historic Senate victory of Scott Brown in Massachusetts, conservative leaders in Washington have begun their push to get the senator-elect certified before Democrats finalize their version of the healthcare reform bill.
A newly released public opinion survey suggests that if Sarah Palin decided to run for president in two and a half years, she would not only have to go against the wishes of the majority of Democrats. Chances are, she would also run into trouble convincing her fellow Republicans to offer support.
A recent study from the University of California has found that patients who have coronary heart disease with high blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids may age more slowly than those with the lowest levels of the compound.
According to a new Gallup poll, the majority of Americans believe that President Obama and other Democratic leaders should postpone debate on the current healthcare reform bill and consider alternative legislation that would garner more GOP support.
Air America, which some called "the liberal radio’s answer to Rush Limbaugh," has announced it would file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection and prepare to close down its operations.
A recent study has found that adding fish oil to intravenous (IV) solutions may be beneficial for intensive care patients with the life-threatening blood infection known as sepsis, which is caused by an overwhelming immune response to infection.
According to a large-scale national survey, most current medical students believe that knowledge of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) would greatly benefit Western doctors.
Planned Parenthood is set to open its largest abortion center later this year in Texas, but opponents of the procedure have already started a wave of protests they hope will lead the organization to reconsider.
President Obama’s long-time friend and political ally Rahm Emanuel has come under fire from a liberal group that claims the White House Chief of Staff has mishandled major issues on the president’s agenda.
On Jan. 19, a group of the youngest victims of the Haiti earthquake arrived in the United States for adoption, just a week after the government announced it would halt deportations of illegal immigrants to their devastated homeland.