The latest news on safety
Cell phone chats most common, but distractions also include grooming, Web surfing and child care
State laws banning behavior don't seem to help much, researchers find
Picture brighter for aerobic exercise than for muscle-strengthening, report finds
Children should not play with these products, researcher says.
The West Texas plant explosion should prompt a close look at how America handles workplace safety.
Experts suggest cordless blinds, short pull cords, safety devices, and keeping beds away from windows
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says effectiveness of newer treatments, especially if given early, prompted change
Legislation just introduced would require GAO to report its findings to Congress.
First man appears to have been framed by the latest suspect for sending ricin-laced letters to Obama and others
Study tied users' online interests in U.S. regions to obesity rates