The National Institutes of Health (NIH) reports that vitamin D is essential for helping the body to retain calcium so that bones can grow and strengthen. However, low levels of vitamin D could cause bones to break, as they may become brittle and thin.
Tea Party-backed candidates in this year's midterms may be struggling in some states, but it appears that Marco Rubio's Senate bid in Florida is currently safe.
A recent survey revealed that a majority of Americans would like to make it harder for Congress to enact entitlement programs.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) reports that approximately 1 million Americans have a heart attack each year. However, researchers in Sweden have discovered that women who take multivitamins, and do not suffer from cardiovascular disease, could reduce their risk of a heart attack, according to Reuters.
Research of global immigration laws has revealed that the United States is an exception to a worldwide trend of tighter policies. A report from a legal policy analyst states that the U.S. is one of only 30 countries in the world that grants automatic birthright citizenship for children of illegal immigrants.
Individuals who undergo chemotherapy treatment may experience unwanted side effects. However, these patients could incorporate Reiki therapy and other forms of massage which may reduce these symptoms.
An audio tape has revealed U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle of Nevada criticizing her own party and attempting to persuade third-party candidate and Tea Party member Scott Ashjian to pull out of the race.
Grappling with a still-weak global economy, governments around the world are lowering interest rates in hopes of spurring growth. This has sent gold prices to record highs, offering new investment and asset protection options.
The U.S. Census Bureau recently announced that Federal domestic spending increased to $3.2 trillion in 2009, which equals approximately $10,500 per person living in the United States.
A nonprofit organization recently criticized GOP House leaders for failing to address immigration reform in their "Pledge to America."