Your Money Adviser: Tax-Free Savings Accounts for Disabled Are Expected in 2016
The plans, known as 529A or Able accounts, are being created in most states and could grow to $100,000 without jeopardizing federal benefits....
Research Links Borderline Personality Traits with Lowered Empathy
Those with borderline personality disorder a mental illness marked by unstable moods, often experience trouble maintaining interpersonal...
Legionnaires' disease prompts California prison to shut off water
An inmate at San Quentin State Prison on San Francisco Bay was diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease and about 20 others showed symptoms of...
FDA warns of severe joint pain risk with DPP-4 diabetes drugs
A class of diabetes drugs that include Merck & Co Inc's Januvia have been linked with severe joint pain, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said...
Why energy drinks are harming your kids
Research shows that beyond a brief caffeine high, there are actually no health benefits to energy drinks. In fact, the combination of different...
2 sons, 1 kidney: Mother donates organ to friend’s son suffering from same disease as her own
From the day Jessica DeDio learned her son’s kidneys would one day fail due to a rare disease he was diagnosed with as a child, she’d tended to her...
Hearing aids help 6-month-old twins hear parents for first time
A pair of identical twins in California born with severe hearing loss got to hear their parents’ voices for the first time Wednesday after a...
Ebola survivor who lost 21 family members to virus gives birth to baby boy
Ebola did not take Victoria Yillia's life. And it could not prevent the birth of her son.
The real reason people go crazy for ginseng
A federal judge earlier this month sentenced a North Carolina man to six months in jail.
Lurking in man's stool for 28 years: the polio virus
For nearly his entire life, a 29-year-old man living in the United Kingdom has had the polio virus living in his gut—where the strain has...
Sleep-deprived kids are more tempted by food
Children who don’t get enough sleep might be more tempted by food, a new study suggests.
'Unicorn woman' appeals for help as rare condition causes horn-like growth
A woman with an abnormal growth on her head that appears to be in the shape of a large horn has become known in her village as the “unicorn woman.”