Ghosts and Ghouls take over streets around the world on Halloween night, but underneath those disguises you won't always find a human.
Many people like to dress up their four-legged friends. We have some tips for pet outfits that go beyond Halloween to any clothes you may put on... more »
It's not a perfect test. Yet researchers report a key step for the first gene test aimed at reducing unnecessary angiograms - expensive and somewhat risky procedures that hundreds of thousands of Americans have each year to check for clogged arteries. Most of these exams, done in hospital cardiac catheterization... more »
Plenty of people to have anxieties about going to the dentist. Some are turning to sedation to make the visit a bit easier.
Christy King, like 20 percent of Americans, avoided some trips to the dentist because of a dental phobia.
Neglecting to get that care for your... more »
As the 4th Brigade Combat Team return home from Afghanistan, Fort Carson says it is poised to treat soldiers who may be suffering depression, anxiety, nightmares and brain injuries after a year at war.
Nearly 200 of the brigade's 3,800 soldiers have arrived at Fort Carson since late April,... more »
The army says morale has fallen among its forces in Afghanistan, where troops are seeing record violence in the 8-year-old war. A new battlefield survey taken several months ago found instances of depression, anxiety and other psychological problems about the same as in 2007 - but there was a significant... more »
It may be no shock to learn Americans are stressed out, but in the latest snapshot from the American Psychological Association, the annual stress survey has some surprises, especially for parents. "We were really kinda surprised to see that children and youth are reporting higher levels of stress I think... more »