Ala. Teacher Suspended for “Fat Butt Michelle Obama” Remark

An Alabama psychology teacher and head football coach faces a mandatory 10-day leave from his classroom at Lauderdale County High School after being suspended...

FDA Approves New Tattoo Removal Methods

Should rapper Gucci Mane ever want to remove his ice cream cone tattoo or any of the other permanently-inked designs on the right side...

Howard University Hospital Recognizes American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and in an effort to raise heart health awareness, Howard University Hospital will host a series of events including...

Medical Marijuana, and its Synthetic Counterparts, on Legislative Agenda

ANNAPOLIS - Despite coming up short the last two years, several House legislators are trying again to legalize medical marijuana, while others are attempting...

Bilingual Humans May Better Retain Cognitive Function with Age

Individuals with bilingual skills may provide benefits to their brain later in life, according to a new study. A report published the Journal of Neuroscience,...

Intensity of Flu-Like Illnesses Still High in Maryland

The flu strain that has been making many sick in Maryland and around the country may be peaking, but that doesn't mean it's time...

Protecting your Investments by Exercising

Planning for retirement is a topic more and more seniors are having these days. With the uncertainty of the financial market, pitted against the...

‘Drowsy Driving’ Not Unusual on U.S. Roads, CDC Finds

One out of every 24 motorists you pass on the highway are “driving drowsy,” according to a Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)...

Trainers’ Video Derails Myth About Black Women and Exercise

A Black mother-daughter team in Atlanta, Ga. is trying to debunk the myth that Black women are averse to exercise with a new workout...

CDC Report: 20 percent of High School Girls Binge Drink

One in five teenage high school girls are binge drinking and quickly headed down the road to alcohol abuse, according to new information released...

NFL Player Junior Seau Had Brain Disease CTE

Junior Seau, one of the NFL’s best and fiercest players for nearly two decades, had a degenerative brain disease when he committed suicide last...

Eye Scan Shows Hope In Battle Against Multiple Sclerosis

Medical researchers now say that a simple eye scan could make a big difference in how doctors monitor the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS),...