School Age 4 December '16
Ohio state university had quite a scene when reporter Bill Bush reached there. Students had a lot to tell.
Teens/Young Adults 30 November '16
The Ohio State University attacker who injured 11 people might have been inspired by militant groups such as Islamic state or the al-Qaeda.
Toddler 13 November '16
The media was taken by storm when the news of the mother and a two-year-old son were mercilessly attacked by two dogs.
School 29 August '16
Three policemen, seven students and two security guards were killed when unknown assailants attacked the American University of Afghanistan while classes were ongoing.
News 7 August '14
In anticipation for the 27th annual phenomenon that is Discovery's Shark Week, which begins this upcoming Sunday Aug. 10, all eyes and ears are set to the open ocean for news of the violently stunning fish. As a part of their general tracking and surveillance protocols, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute has been tracking and documenting wildlife behavior of Great Whites off of the coast of Mexico using what they call their “REMUS SharkCam”. And it’s courtesy of this “REMUS SharkCam” that we are able to now experience first-hand the sensation of being ambushed by a Great White shark.
Health/Nutrition 16 April '14
A raccoon attack mutilated Charlotte Ponce's face - leaving her with no nose or ear - when she was just three months old. Now, at age 11 and several surgeries later, she will receive a new ear.
Health/Nutrition 6 March '14
Angry outbursts are associated with an increased risk of heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular problems, reports a novel study.
Health/Nutrition 25 February '14
The consumer advocacy group Public Citizen said drugs used to treat low testosterone should have a warning label about the risk of heart attack and cardiac problems.
Health/Nutrition 27 January '14
Regular use of mouthwashes increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes, a recent study finds.
Health/Nutrition 23 December '13
Taking 2,000 steps every day for an entire year can lower the risk of heart attacks and stroke by eight percent, a recent study confirms.
Health/Nutrition 11 November '13
A new imaging technique may help determine whether or not a person is at risk of heart attack as it shows potential blockages in the heart, according to a new research.
Health/Nutrition 8 November '13
Regular brushing of teeth may lower risks of heart attack, according to a recent study.
Health/Nutrition 3 September '13
A new class of drugs for diabetes does not appear to increase patients’ risk for heart attack, according to a study released Monday.