Triple-Digit Transformations; Breakthrough Pain-Relieving Device; Red Carpet Parties for Kids

Students at a Florida middle school were terrified when their principal announced the school was on lockdown and police with guns burst into their classrooms. They later learned the incident was part of an active shooter drill. Did the drill go too far?

Pfizer’s Chief Medical Officer Freda Lewis-Hall shares ways in which you can contribute to medical research on Alzheimer’s and other devastating diseases.

Students at a Florida middle school were terrified when their principal announced the school was on lockdown and police with guns burst into the classroom. They later learned the incident was part of an active shooter drill. Did the drill go too far?

Try this recipe for brick chicken from Reader's Digest Editor-in-Chief Liz Vaccariello's latest book, "The 21-Day Tummy Diet Cookbook." Cover a brick with foil and use it to weigh down the chicken as it cooks to help sear in healthy spices and lots of...

When Dave was 6 years old, his father poured kerosene over him and lit a match. Dave had burns over 90 percent of his body. Now, Dave wants to be known as a survivor and is learning to manage his pain.

A party-planning service in New York rolls out the red carpet to create Hollywood-inspired parties for children. The Doctors question whether the extravagant parties are just fun or are sending the wrong message to young children.