It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month but there are other women’s cancers that deserve equal attention. The National Race to End Women’s Cancer will be held at Freedom Plaza on Sunday, November 3, 2013. Race survivor chair and national co-chair Pamela Mielinik and Jenny McGihan stopped by the studio to promote awareness for women and the […]

The Maryland Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division has a Health Education and Advocacy Unit that is offering a FREE service to help consumers whose health plan has refused to cover a medical procedure or to pay for a medical service that has already been provided. The Unit assists consumers in resolving billing disputes with hospitals, […]

Kids should love this! The final version of the House and Senate’s agriculture spending bill still lists tomato sauce as vegetable, despite the USDA trying to change rules back in January to make school lunches healthier.

How do you bring yourself back from burnout? Read on for advice. There’s no specific medical disorder called burnout, but every doctor knows that prolonged stress has negative consequences. Read More

A federal government advisory committee voted Tuesday to recommend that boys as young as 11 be vaccinated against the human papilloma virus, commonly referred to as HPV. Read More At CNN

Over the years, we’ve all had favorite eats hit the healthy-food blacklist, but thankfully, some of them are making a return. In fact, recent research has not only redeemed once-taboo foods such as steak, eggs (yolks included), and peanut butter but also found that when eaten in moderation, some of them may actually help you […]

Asked by Allena, North Carolina I had breast reduction surgery two years ago and went from a size GG to DD. I wanted to know, does a reduction lower the risk of breast cancer or abnormalities in the breast? Find the answer at CNN