A recent study finds the more often you check your phone, the more stressed you are likely to feel.
Can the weather truly be to blame when you “feel under the weather?”
National Women and Girls HIV-AIDS Awareness Day was observed Friday with a discussion at the Mason Square Library.
For the first time, doctors have tied infection with the Zika virus to possible new heart problems in adults.
Kristen Lepore said Thursday at a hearing of the Legislature’s Ways and Means Committee that the assessment would raise $300 million to help…
After an 18-hours of debate, the House Ways and Means Committee has become the first to approve a bill to repeal Obamacare.
Congress begins debate on the Republican plan to replace Obamacare, but opposition from both sides remains strong.
The goal of clean eating is to consume whole foods that are minimally processed.
Congressman Richard Neal has plans to talk with and listen to constituents during a town hall meeting scheduled for Saturday.
Researchers at Colorado State University are trying to change how we read nutrition labels.
TreatWell Health is one of a growing number of companies marketing cannabis products for pets despite questions over their legality.
The new Republican plan designed to replace Obamacare faces opposition on both sides of the aisle.
TB12, Brady’s training and nutrition organization, and Purple Carrot announced Tuesday that they’ll begin shipping fresh meals April 3.
The loose change eventually formed a heavy ball in her stomach weighing 5 kilograms (11 pounds).
Flu can spread from birds to humans when through the air, or when people touch a bird or an infected surface.
The bigger problem he’s facing is the estimated 80 pounds of excess skin he now has.
Study finds many Americans aren’t getting enough sleep.
The statement said the most recent U.S. detection of HPAI was in January 2016
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Researchers will study urban students in Massachusetts and their health choices over a three year period.