• A man smokes a cigarette
    Over the last decade exposure among youth to secondhand smoke in cars has dropped by slightly less than half but more than 1 in 5 students in middle school and high school are still exposed, according to a national estimate from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Shunichi Homma
    Warfarin and Aspirin were similar in preventing the deaths and strokes in heart failure patients with normal heart rhythm, according to a new study.
  • Mitt Romney Campaign ad
    Mitt Romney Considers Withdrawing NBC Attack Ad Mitt Romney told NBC’s “Today” show on Monday that he would consider removing an attack ad featuring a clip from the network’s nightly newscast 15 years ago.
  • Ten people died in the pre-dawn hours Sunday in a multiple-vehicle crash in Gainsville Florida, after smoke from a nearby prairie fire reduced nearly all visibility.
  • Mocha
    In a study measuring the effects of 200 milligrams caffeine – - about two cups of coffee - on estrogen levels in women of child bearing age by race, researchers found slightly reduced levels of estrogen in white women and comparatively elevated levels in Asian women.
  • John Boehner
    House Speaker John Boehner said Sunday that President Obama's policies were the 'politics of envy' and warned that if Obama did not work with Congress to create jobs, he would not be re-elected in November.
  • Renee Graziano, a star on reality show Mob Wives is “doing ok” after being hospitalized for a “panic attack,” OK Magazine reported on Saturday, citing a source very close to her.
  • Michael Lohan
    Michael Lohan, the father of actress Lindsay Lohan was hospitalized on Friday after experiencing chest pains for the second time in two months, according to TMZ.
  • Kellie Pickler
    Country singer Kellie Pickler says she gave up her cat because her husband is allergic.
  • Rick Santorum
    Rick Santorum cancelled his Sunday morning campaign activities in order to admit their daughter into a hospital, a spokesman said.
  • It was a feat inspired by similar experiments two years ago at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology sending cameras into near space on a low budget.
  • Oranges
    The FDA said Friday that it has found 11 shipments of imported orange juice have tested positive for carbendazim, a pesticide that is illegal for use on oranges in the United States.