Updated: 6:27 PM Having high levels of vitamin D in your system may lower your chance of developing multiple sclerosis.
Researchers analyzed medical records of over seven-million members of the military.
Updated: 7:26 PM Food safety remains a major concern in the United States. The deadly, spinach e.Coli outbreak served as a frightening reminder about just how vulnerable our food supply is. At this USDA Research Center in Albany, scientists are working to make sure that does not happen again.
Updated: 7:21 PM If you are flying this holiday season, you know you will have to take your shoes off as you pass through security. Doctors say there is something else you need to remember, make sure to wear socks.
Updated: 6:48 PM If you use Acetaminophen to relieve headaches, or the aches and pains of flu season, doctors want to make sure you are not taking too much of the pain medicine.
Doctors say taking several medications with Acetaminophen in them can be damaging to your liver.
Updated: 9:37 PM Experts say red holly berries can be fatal to eat, even just a small amount of them.
Also, be careful before you kiss your sweetheart under the mistletoe; the berries, leaves, and stems are poisonous.
Other toxic plants include the Jerusalem cherry and the bittersweet.
Posted: 4:17 PM A recent study looked at 100 families with children who regularly visit a pediatrician.
They found parents of kids with high blood pressure were 15 times more likely to have heart disease.
Updated: 7:01 PM Italian researchers analyzed 34 studies that looked at the effects of alcohol on men and women.
They found men who drank two to four servings of alcohol a day and women who had two servings experienced a health benefit and had a lower risk of death.