Trend for motorcycle deaths going in the wrong direction 
Trend for motorcycle deaths going in the wrong direction
Deaths from motorcycle accidents spiked in 2012 after being on the rise for the last decade. Find out what’s behind the increase.
Should new moms combine breastfeeding and formula? 
Should new moms combine breastfeeding and formula?
New research says adding tiny amounts of formula during a newborn’s first days of life, along with breastfeeding, could have long-term health benefits for babies.
Non-smoking hotel rooms expose guests to health dangers 
Non-smoking hotel rooms expose guests to health dangers
A study reveals that smoke-free hotels provide better protection from thirdhand smoke exposure than partial ban hotels.
Can living near a major road be bad for your kidneys? 
Can living near a major road be bad for your kidneys?
Research shows you could be damaging your kidneys by living close to a busy street. Here’s what you should know.
Tragedy spotlights the importance of organ donation 
Tragedy spotlights the importance of organ donation
The untimely death of a 28-year-old school teacher during last week’s Cubs game, raises awareness about the gift of life.
Can your child ‘grow out’ of autism? 
Can your child ‘grow out’ of autism?
A recent study says therapy and other techniques could help kids with autism advance at a faster rate.
Prescription spending down for first time in decades 
Prescription spending down for first time in decades
Americans spent less money on medicine in 2012 than 2011. It’s the first time spending has decreased in 60 years. Here’s what you should know.