Study finds mold, staph bacteria on pacifiers

UNDATED (WHDH) — Pacifiers are a comfort to crying infants but new research suggested they can also provide babies with bacteria. In a study fromRead More

Study: Girls experience stress very young

UNDATED (WHDH) — A new study found that girls experience stress at a very young age. University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers found young girls who livedRead More

Allergy season: From bad to worse

If you thought this year was bad for allergies, you haven't seen anything yet. Allergists have looked into the future and see a lot moreRead More

Americans get as many empty calories from alcohol as soda

UNDATED (WHDH) — A new government study found that Americans get almost as many empty calories from alcohol as they do from soft drinks. Soda,Read More

Thanksgiving turkey safety

UNDATED (NBC) — You bought the turkey, now what in the world do you do with it? The USDA's Turkey hotline has tips for gettingRead More

Bounce houses a party hit but kids’ injuries soar

CHICAGO (AP) — They may be a big hit at kids' birthday parties, but inflatable bounce houses can be dangerous, with the number of injuriesRead More

‘Vampire Facelift’ treatment is growing trend

UNDATED (WHDH) — Some women are melting years off their face with a "Vampire Facelift." It’s a non-surgical procedure that injects a gel-like substance calledRead More

Boy plays harp as mom undergos cancer treatment

INDIANAPOLIS (CNN) — An 8-year-old harpist is soothing souls at an Indianapolis hospital by performing as his mother undergoes treatment for breast cancer. Martin WilliamsonRead More

CDC says US flu season starts early, could be bad

NEW YORK (AP) — Flu season in the U.S. is off to its earliest start in nearly a decade — and it could be aRead More

Longer tamoxifen use cuts breast cancer deaths

Breast cancer patients taking the drug tamoxifen can cut their chances of having the disease come back or kill them if they stay on theRead More