Couples spend months preparing for their wedding days, and for many people it is one of the biggest days of their lives.
A medical group has made a controversial recommendation regarding women’s health, claiming that the long-held practice of the annual pelvic exam may do more harm than good.
The rights of women and the powers of employers will be up against each other on Monday, in a case stemming from Obamacare.
On Saturday, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney joined health officials in announcing a new initiative that would establish a nationwide ban on the use of tanning beds by those who are less than 18-years-old.
New York City’s hunger problem is now a crisis, according to those who work with people who need help.
Exhibitors have come from around the world to the tri-state area to show New Yorkers what’s next in the world of food.
A $40-million fortune could go unclaimed, after a Staten Island man with no will and no heirs passed away.
With hot summer days now here, there is no better time to look at your home cooling system.
Many doctors still believe that screening and vitamin D supplements are important for good health.
As the temperature rises, kids are getting out of school and heading outdoors to play, catch some sun, and share some time with our six-legged friends.
Boys were 63 percent more likely to be obese if their parents were divorced, when compared to those whose parents were married.
About 12 percent of New Jersey gamblers would take their business to one or more of the four new casinos being built in New York, according to a new poll.
World Cup excitement has hit a fever pitch in New York, but for many people the interest in soccer stars goes beyond their talents on the field.
A new study is trying to find out if rampant cellphone use is damaging the developing brains of children.
The nonprofit Center for Pet Safety tested several popular pet restraints on the market today, using crash test dummy dogs of three varying weights buckled into the backseat.