Health

Florida Holds Record for Most Shark Attacks in US

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Despite the fear instilled by the 1975 cult classic Jaws, small New England resort towns aren’t too much of a shark attack hotspot — not as much as Florida, at least. Of the 29 shark attacks recorded so far this year by the Read More

Five Tips to Combat Flight Anxiety

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Do you have a fear of flying? You’re not alone. Nearly 7 percent of people have what’s called aerophobia, according to Statistic Brain. And recent news events, including a yet-to-be found Malaysia Airlines flight and another Read More

Brooke Burke on Bouncing Back from Cancer

ABC/Todd Wawrychuk(NEW YORK) — Brooke Burke-Charvet has come back from cancer stronger than ever. “It’s crazy that not long ago I had cancer and now I’m cancer-free, and that might not be the case if I hadn’t gone for a checkup,” the Read More

Sarah Murnaghan Celebrates 12th Birthday

Courtesy Murnaghan Family (NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa.) — Sarah Murnaghan put her new lungs to good use this weekend, blowing out the birthday candles on a yellow cake while her siblings sang “Happy Birthday to You.” Sarah, whose family fought the “Under Read More

Colorado's Pot Laws Also Impacting Teens

iStock/Thinkstock(DENVER) — Colorado is one of two states where it’s legal to buy and use small amounts of marijuana, provided you’re 21 or older. However, that hasn’t stop Colorado high school students from smoking pot, according to a 2013 Healthy Read More

Caffeine Could Thwart Tinnitus Development

iStock/Thinkstock(BOSTON) — That annoying ringing in one’s ears known as tinnitus affects an estimated 50 million people in the U.S. While doctors are still finding ways to treat tinnitus, which is actually a symptom of a more serious disorder, drinking coffee Read More