Cell phones are a literal pain in the neck -- and face, eyes, nose, ears and head. A new study analyzing national emergency room data shows injuries to those areas of our bodies have risen "steeply" over the last 20 years.
28% of Americans said they weighed 200 pounds or more between 2010 and 2019 — a four-point jump from 2001 to 2009, according to a new Gallup poll. Still, fewer Americans now consider themselves overweight or obese.
You may have had to unbuckle your belt and loosen up your pants after that third plate of food from Thanksgiving dinner last night. You also probably promised yourself that you would start your New Year's resolution to start dieting and get in shape early.
After nearly every snowstorm, Huhn creates elaborate snow sculptures in his front yard in the 2200 block of South Lafayette Street in south Denver. It's something he's been doing more most of the last decade.
Life expectancy at birth — the average length of time that you are expected to live — continues to drop for Americans, a new study finds. Drug overdoses, suicides, alcohol-related illnesses and obesity are largely to blame.
It was like a made-for-streaming drama: A real-life cinematic, heart-pumping robbery in the German city of Dresden. Thieves broke into a vault in Dresden's Royal Palace and stole a king's ransom of treasures.
Nonpowder firearms like BB and paintball guns aren't typically considered lethal weapons. But as the rate of eye injuries linked to these weapons surges, researchers say it's time to take these types of guns seriously, too.