If you drink beer before liquor, will you be sicker? A group of researchers decided to find out.
The FDA says using these devices can result in inaccurate measurements of blood glucose levels.
Frozen embryos created during fertility treatments can be considered children under Alabama state law, the state’s Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Long COVID is the all-encompassing term for a wide range of symptoms that can last weeks, months and even years after a COVID-19 infection.
Social media use may be causing ‘popcorn brain.’ Here’s what you need to know.
Hydeia Broadbent, a well-known HIV/AIDS activist, passed away at 39 after a lifelong battle with AIDS, leaving behind a legacy of education and hope.
Forecast models continue to show above-normal temperatures continuing through early March and likely beyond for a large part of the Lower 48.
Current FDA policy allows baby food manufacturers to choose whether or not to test their products for toxic metals and other contaminants.
The chlormequat study, conducted by the Environmental Working Group, also detected the little-known pesticide in four out of five Americans tested.
A Reston, Va. man reportedly died earlier this month from the meningococcal disease outbreak in Virginia.
"The odds of all of these adverse events are still much, much higher when infected with SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), so getting vaccinated is still by far the safer choice," one doctor noted.
A new FDA report found there is "credible scientific support" for the use of marijuana to treat some medical conditions. Here are some key takeaways from the report.
The CDC issued a safety alert following several illnesses of E. coli, including four hospitalizations from the Raw Farm product.
According to the study authors, walking, jogging, yoga, tai chi, aerobic exercises and strength training were extremely effective at treating depression.
Lil Jon describes his meditation album as "10 guided meditations to relieve anxiety, boost focus, and find peace."
In Oregon, a cat recently gave its owner bubonic plague. What is bubonic plague, what’s the cure, and other things to know.
Survival declines rapidly with longer duration of CPR, new study finds
The 2024 tax season is officially underway, which means it's time to get your paperwork in order.
Robert and Taylor Ice of Missouri struggled for a year to get pregnant.
Get ready for new advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention when it comes to treating COVID-19 in the future.