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Water In Hawaii Volcano Could Trigger Explosive Eruptions

A pond of water has been discovered inside the summit crater of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, signaling a shift to a more explosive phase of future eruptions.

Shooting Victims Include A Mom Who Died Protecting Her Baby

Jordan Anchondo was among those killed in El Paso, and she apparently died while protecting her 2-month-old son from the hail of bullets.

Trump Criticized For 'Encouraging White Nationalism' After He Calls El Paso And Dayton Shooters Mentally Ill

President Trump states: "Perhaps more needs to be done" after 29 people were killed in mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, adding that the suspects were "mentally ill."

Schools Are Reopening: Are Your Children Vaccinated?

If you or a loved one is faced with the question of whether to get vaccinated, please make an informed decision based on these three aspects.

Theories in Health Promotion Can Enhance Your Daily Life, Part 2

Part 2 of this article continues the discussion of individual-level theories of health promotion and what motivates people to live healthy lifestyles.

FEMA Will Conduct A Nationwide Emergency Alert Test On August 7

There’s no need to lunge for the storm shelter when those annoying screeches belt out on televisions and radios across the country at 2:20 PM EDT on August 7. It’s just a test.

War on Drugs Making Headway?

Is the war on drugs making some headway? It's hard to tell, but recent data suggests that it may be.

Congo Officials Say 2nd Ebola Case Confirmed in City of Goma

Officials in Congo on Tuesday said a second Ebola case had been confirmed in Goma, the city of more than 2 million people whose first confirmed case in this yearlong outbreak was reported earlier this month.

Theories in Health Promotion Can Enhance Your Daily Life, Part 1

The NCS's publication, “Theory at a Glance,” includes several theories to predict or explain why we adopt a health behavior at the individual level.

From Kids to Adults, the Dangers of Drowning are Everywhere

The American Red Cross lists several other factors that can lead to drowning among teens and adults. Two of the most common include not knowing how to swim and swimming with no supervision.