New York City chef Bill Telepan offers advice on assembling a healthy midday meal your kids will love.
Manipulation of brain cells can switch negative emotions to positive ones in lab mice
Dogs may suffer separation anxiety when their playmates go back to school; here are tips to help them adjust
Screening children early for color vision deficiency is key, since the condition can impact school performance
A study among four thousand California preschoolers has revealed new information that can help doctors diagnose color blindness at an earlier age. Marlie Hall reports.
A new study highlights gender differences between young drivers and the type and severity of car accidents they experience
A lab worker stationed in Sierra Leone was flown overnight to Germany to be put in isolation after testing positive for the deadly virus
New research from the American Medical Association shows that up to one in five teens suffers through major depression. Also, researchers found that obesity can raise the risk of Alzheimer's disease. Brian Webb reports on the day's top health news.
Tulsa, Okla. man tells bizarre story of what happened after his encounter with a Lone Star tick
The bite from a lone star tick has the potential to trigger a red meat allergy. KOTV''s Tess Maune speaks to an Oklahoma victim suffering the potentially deadly side-effect.
The right balance of gut bacteria may play a key role in treating or preventing dangerous food allergies
Athletes and veterans have been targeted by unregulated products that falsely claim to treat traumatic brain injuries
Undercover Colors, a nail polish with the ability to detect certain date rape drugs, is aiming to help fight the widespread problem of sexual assaults in college communities. WWL’s Jaclyn Kelley reports.
Learning to focus on the present may boost quality of life not only for dementia patients but also those who struggle to care for them
An increasing number of teens with anorexia don't display one of the typical signs, leaving parents and doctors in the dark
Research suggests regular use of Wii accessory might rewire the brain
Daily doses of aspirin could help reduce the risk of recurring blood clots, researchers say. Also, a study from Stanford University found that about one in seven people hace what it calls "sleep drunkenness." Brian Webb reports on the day's top health stories.
A new study finds bullying behavior starts in very young children; are boys or girls most at risk?
In states where medical marijuana is legal, fewer patients overdose on opioid painkillers
While the new, experimental product may seem innovative, it also has its critics