Surprising health news today, as we learn that former President George W. Bush underwent a procedure to have a stent placed in his heart. A Bush spokesperson says he had the surgery a day after a blockage was found in an artery.
Choking is a leading cause of injury in little ones, especially in children four and younger.
And that number is on the rise. How can parents cut down on choking hazards?
Choking can be dangerous, even deadly.
Though start dates vary across the country, children and teens everywhere will be heading back to school soon. More on making the adjustment before the class bell starts to ring in today's Health Minute.
We find it in oily fish, fortified milk, even egg yolks - Vitamin D, often called the sunshine vitamin.
But 1 out of 3 Americans aren't getting enough of the supplement in their diet and this can lead to health problems.
Sometimes what we eat or drink before bedtime can can lead to a lousy night's sleep.
What are the worst offenders? For many of us anything with caffeine can keep us up, butalcohol can also make you toss and turn.