After 127 Studies, Experts Say Coffee Is Healthy For Everyone Except Pregnant WomenA recent review of 127 separate studies, published in Annual Reviews, found that coffee was not only good for the body, but also had a small chance to reduce the development of certain cancers.
Changes in MRI Coverage Could Help Diagnose More PatientsA possible change to expand MRI coverage for patients with implantable cardiac devices.
Chemical In McDonald's Fries May Cure Baldness, Study ClaimsScientists say that a chemical used in the cooking of the fast food chain's french fries may hold the cure for baldness.
Study Shows Breast Cancer Treatment Could Increase Heart Disease Risk A local cardiologist says he's well aware of a new report from the American Heart Association warning about potential side effects of a growing number of breast cancer treatments.
Study: Millions Will Call In Sick Monday After Super BowlIf you're thinking of playing a little hooky Monday -- the day after the Super Bowl -- you're definitely not alone.
Doctors Say Exposure to West Lake Radiation Could Cause CancerCancer risk associated with radiation varies depending on the length and proximity of the exposure.
Flu Numbers Continue to FallThat's the 4th week in a row of falling numbers.
NCADA Hope to Break New Ground with Superbowl AdThe theme is "A Common Enemy is Killing Our Loved Ones".
Illinois Officials Propose Raising Smoking AgeIllinois State Senator Julie Morrison and State Rep. Camille Lilly want to raise the legal age for smoking or chewing tobacco from 18 to 21.
Pizza Is Better Breakfast Than Most Cereals, Nutritionist ClaimsNutritionist Chelsey Amer explained that many cereals lack the protein and healthy fats your body needs as fuel for the day ahead.
College Student Creates Napkin That Detects Drugs In DrinksGeorge Washington University junior Danya Sherman developed the KnoNap, a regular napkin that features a color-changing fabric meant to alert and prevent drug-facilitated crimes.
United States Sees Overall Drop in Cancer Deaths Recent findings show the cancer death rate in America is has dropped again, as well as the cancer incidence rate