0:43 - While it has been widely accepted that many individuals held captive for a long period of time develop “Stockholm syndrome,” most analysts agree that genuine cases involving this condition are the exception, not the rule.
1:50 - The government is lowering the age limit to 15 for one brand — Plan B One-Step — and will let it be sold over the counter.
0:35 - A new strain of bird flu is one of the "most lethal" flu viruses so far, worrying health officials because it can jump more easily from birds to humans.
0:34 - Latino youth are emerging as more aggressive than their counterparts when it comes to taking the initiative to get the HPV vaccine.
0:18 - New research has found bald men are at greater risk of developing heart disease.
0:36 - As reports circulate that Pope Francis has lived most of his life with just one lung, the Vatican is now clarifying that it was just a part of it that was removed back in the 50s.
0:36 - While treatable, the biggest hurdle for Latinos with asthma is getting access to necessary treatment.
6:35 - MMA fighter Lyman Good gives instructional pointers for your health and self defense.
2:46 - Health and Lifestyle expert Rebekah George gives tips to survive spring allergies.
0:32 - A new government survey surpasses prior estimates showing 1 in 50 US schoolchildren have autism.
0:51 - A New York state judge overturned the city's ban on large sugary soft drinks, a big setback for the Big Apple's mayor, Michael Bloomberg.
0:38 - Even without big macs and marlboros, the world’s ancient residents still had to deal with the woes of heart diseases.
4:49 - Learn why more Americans are switching to a plant-based diet that can lower healthcare costs and much more.
2:18 - New federal regulations forcing some schools to opt out of free lunch program.
0:36 - Simply teaching parents to switch channels from violent to educational TV can improve preschoolers' behavior, a new study shows.
1:22 - Stranded cruise passengers arrive in Mobile, Alabama.
0:41 - As lifetimes expand, age has driven many leaders, like the pope, from jobs that used to be for life.
0:45 - A vigorous flu season has drawn attention to a cause that deeply affects Latinos: Mandatory paid sick leave for a third of civilian workers.
0:37 - A new study gives encouraging news for pregnant women afraid of getting the flu: it’s safe to get vaccinated.
4:57 - Coca-Cola is finally admitting that too much soda may not bring happiness as the soft drink company kicks off an ad campaign to address the growing obesity epidemic for the first time.
0:34 - Scramble for vaccine creates shortages.
6:08 - Experts warn this could be earliest and strongest flu season in a decade.
0:43 - The most recent research shows death rates from cancer are continuing to inch down as doctors question how to maintain these improvements.
0:30 - According to a poll by the Associated Press only a mere seven percent of the people surveyed are aware of the risks that fat can cause such as cancers of the colon, breast, prostate and uterus.
3:35 - Breakthrough for paralyzed patients as iron man-like suit gets them on their feet.
0:56 - Girl taken from Phoenix hospitals spotted in Mexico.
3:32 - Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi considers giving back to children diagnosed with cancer as one of his biggest accomplishments.
2:31 - An 11-year-old patient with an amputated arm was taken from the hospital for unknown reasons.
0:34 - Unemployment hurts more than your wallet — it may also damage your heart.
2:32 - Some of the most popular restaurants in Phoenix and Scottsdale feature healthy Mexican cuisine made with vegetables, corn tortillas and other ingredients that are common on the streets of Mexico, but new to most Americans.
1:59 - The highly caffeinated Monster Energy Drink has been cited in five deaths and one non-fatal heart attack.
1:27 - A "smart bra" that can detect early signs of breast cancer.
0:39 - Uruguay has become the second country in Latin America to legalize abortion, after Cuba.
0:40 - In a ground-making move for Latin America, Uruguay's Senate is set to vote on legalizing abortion.
2:22 - So far 12 people have been confirmed dead by the meningitis outbreak linked to a steroid injection that was given across the country for joint and back pain, with Florida becoming the latest state to report a fatality.
0:33 - The New England Compounding Center that distributed a steroid linked to an outbreak of fungal meningitis has issued a voluntary recall of all of its products calling the move a precautionary measure.
0:28 - Steep declines in Hispanic birth rates, according to a new government report. US births fell for the fourth year in a row, with experts calling it more proof that the weak economy has continued to dampen enthusiasm for having children.
0:30 - The passage of the measure by the country’s lower house means the measure would go back to the Senate. If approved, Uruguay would emerge as only the second country in LatAm, to make abortions accessible to all women during the first trimester of pregnancy
1:31 - Obie is on a mission to shed pounds and get healthy, after topping the scales at 77 pounds.
1:47 - To fight West Nile, Dallas launches aerial defense.
1:39 - 11 cities to fight West Nile with aerial spraying.
1:26 - A Spanish company is exploring new uses for pet therapy designed to meet the needs of individual patients.
6:06 - Dr. Jane Delgado talks about her new book “The Buena Salud: Guide to Arthritis and Your Life.”
3:02 - While undergoing grueling chemotherapy and radiation treatments for Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a form of cancer, Linda Cifuentes discovered a passion, an inner talent that brought light during the aggressive procedures.
8:00 - Shawn Feliciano Garber is on a mission to spread awareness of multiple sclerosis, a disease that affects her and 400,000 other Americans.
1:52 - With the emergence of the UFC and mixed martial arts fighting many professional athletes and regular people have been inspired to put on the gloves and get in the gym.
1:45 - The study in the Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics found a high percentage of American parents spank or slap their children. And it suggests spanking could lead to mental health issues down the road.
3:20 - Here is a delicious recipe for your Cinco de Mayo fiesta.
2:27 - Allergies to pets with fur or feathers are common, especially among people who have other allergies or asthma.
6:28 - Grammy Award winner Jon Secada on his battle to raise awareness about Hepatitis C and his career.
1:48 - A California community has set up a memorial for Joanna Ramos
3:19 - Latino student forced to eat school's chicken nuggets.
3:36 - Obesity has become a major health concern in Argentina - and is now ranked behind smoking as the largest preventable cause of death.
2:57 - Faces of Influenza Hispanic Spokesperson Lili Estefan speaks on the importance of getting the influenza vaccine.
0:36 - New patented system allows people with disabilities to ride bicycles.New Device Allows Blind to Ride Bicycles
1:22 - Tango as therapy. The idea of tango as therapy was born in 2008.
0:54 - Surfing helps children with autism overcome life's hurdles.
4:27 - How can kids stay in shape during the summer?
4:26 - Fitness trainer Seven Boggs talks about getting in shape.
3:51 - Super foods To Get Great Skin For Summer.