Posted 9:10 PM 11/2/2012 by Jennifer Horbelt
The numbers are alarming. One in 88 children born in the U.S. have autism.
Now, thousands of families impacted by the disorder are hoping stem cells from cord blood can reverse the impact of autism.
Researchers hope what's inside cord blood can reverse the impact of autism.
Posted 1:43 PM 11/1/2012 by JD Downing
(AP) - An arts and craft supply company owned by a Christian family asked a judge Thursday to block a portion of the new federal health care law, claiming that mandated coverage for certain birth control pills violates its religious freedom rights.Hobby Lobby Stores Inc.'s owners (More)
Posted 6:22 PM 10/31/2012 by Matt Stafford
IWAKI, Japan (AP) - The operator of a Japanese nuclear plant that went into a tsunami-triggered meltdown knew the risks from highly radioactive water at the site but sent in crews without adequate protection or warnings, a worker said in a legal complaint. The actions by Tokyo (More)
Posted 6:38 PM 10/30/2012 by Andy Koen
At least two dozen people have reported feeling sick after it's believed they drank contaminated water at a local medical building.
Memorial Hospital closed all of its outpatient facilities at the offices it leases inside the Printers Park Medical Plaza for the rest of the week. (More)...
Posted 7:21 AM 10/29/2012 by Marissa Torres
A trainer who's helped celebrity moms drop the baby weight is sharing his secrets to success.
Posted 10:48 AM 10/25/2012 by Lauren Molenburg
NEW YORK (AP) -- Scientists in Oregon have created embryos with genes from one man and two women, using a provocative technique that could someday be used to prevent babies from inheriting certain rare incurable diseases.
The researchers at Oregon Health & Sciences University said they (More)
Posted 1:59 PM 10/24/2012 by Lauren Molenburg
ATLANTA (AP) - An expert panel is urging every expecting mother to get a shot preventing whooping cough, preferably in the last three months of her pregnancy to help protect her baby.
The advice follows a frightening resurgence of the dreaded childhood disease. More than 32,000 cases (More)
Posted 1:10 PM 10/22/2012 by Kirsten Bennett
CHICAGO (AP) - The nation's leading pediatricians group is offering its first advice on organic fruits and vegetables for children. The American Academy of Pediatrics says parents who want to reduce their kids' exposure to pesticides may seek out organic produce. But the group notes (More)
Posted 9:40 AM 10/21/2012 by Matt Stafford
AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A man who was brought back to life after literally dropping dead within the first two miles of a marathon in Akron is back at home and thankful to be alive. Tony Lindeman told the Akron Beacon Journal that he felt fine before the Sept. 29 race in downtown Akron. (More)...
Posted 1:37 PM 10/19/2012 by Lauren Molenburg
WASHINGTON (AP) - The maker of Banana Boat sunscreen is recalling some of its spray-on products after reports that a handful of people have caught on fire after applying the lotion.
Energizer Holdings is pulling nearly two dozen formulations of UltraMist off store shelves due to the risk (More)