The average American gains three to five pounds during the holidays, which can often create a detour on the road to weight loss.
Many kids are now wearing glow sticks while out trick-or-treating, but there is a problem with them some parents may not think about.
There are more than two dozen places around the Twin Cities to safely get rid of unused medications.
Three children have become ill with E. coli after visiting a local petting zoo at a pumpkin patch in Dayton.
The Food and Drug Administration is recommending new restrictions on prescription medicines containing hydrocodone, the highly addictive painkiller that has grown into the most widely prescribed drug in the U.S.
Experts say brightly packaged and fruity flavored tobacco products are a gateway to smoking for youth.
If you're looking for the new influenza vaccine that covers four flu strains, you may have to search for it.
Hospitals will exist in a world where they are rewarded more for the quality of care than for the volume of patients they treat.
A popular bodybuilding supplement has been pulled from a major supplier's website after a USA Today investigation.
Minnesota-based Target is rolling out a ratings system that examines toxic chemicals and environmental impact.