A new concern is rising among doctors, how to provide proper care for patients especially children whose parents refuse them medical treatment.
An apple day keeps the doctor away but an unhealthy body makes you more susceptible to dementia, at least that’s what a new study in Japan is showing. The study links diabetes to an increased risk of contracting Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
A Lebanese War comedy won the Cadillac People's Choice award at the Toronto Film Festival this year.
It’s the official U.S. motto, but some schools are saying it is not for everyone. In God we trust, a four-word phrase that represents the foundation for the United States of America, used in many famous presidential speeches, is stirring up huge controversy in one California school.
Things are heating up in Wisconsin and Michigan. The Pagami Fire in Minnesota has tripled in size covering over 16,000 acres and recent reports say smoke is spreading to both northern states.
The historical "country of dreams" has taken a pitfall in education. In a recent report by the Organization for Economic and Cooperation and Development, the United States ranked 16th place for adults between ages 25 to 34 with college degrees.
Calamity has turned to hope for Vermont residents. In a state where the percentage of the population that hold no beliefs surged to 34 percent in the last decade, the work Christians are doing in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene has proved to be a stepping-stone for creating a larger community of believers in the region.
Some people try to put their faith in the government to provide jobs, however, one church in New York is relying on faith to help the unemployed.
Westboro Baptist Church, a religious sect known for its outrageous and controversial slogans, is preparing to protest the ongoing New York Fashion Week.
Things are shaking up in Vancouver Island literally. Residents reported to the USGS that they felt “seasick and dizzy” when a high magnitude earthquake struck near the island.