Author: JACQUELINE HOWARD, CNN

Can you vaccinate yourself against cancer?

The thought of a vaccine might conjure up memories of that flu shot you get each year, or taking your kids to get their immunizations against polio or measles. Cancer rarely comes to mind when most people think of vaccines, but that appears to be changing.

House passes scale-back of calorie count rules

The way restaurants and other food establishments in the United States label calorie counts on their menus could look different starting this spring, and while some politicians and industry groups are applauding this potential change, some public health experts are raising concerns.

FDA reviewing animal studies

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration shut down a nicotine addiction study, stirring a debate over medical research on animals.

Trump's health: What we know so far

What the world knows about President Donald Trump's general health is not much as of now -- and what the public learns about his health after a medical exam on Friday might not be much, either.

Stay warm! Your life may depend on it

Baby, it's cold outside -- really, really cold -- and as the eastern regions of the United States brace for freezing rain, wind, sleet and snow this week, the winter weather could put many lives in danger.

More pregnant women are using pot, study finds

More pregnant women seem to be using pot -- sometimes to ease the nausea of morning sickness or heightened anxiety -- and a new study suggests that this slight rise in marijuana use is most pronounced among those younger in age.