Tracking the migration of Hillary Clinton health conspiracies from Donald Trump and far-right websites to the mainstream media.
Kent State University restructured a dining hall after administrators noticed a rising number of students with intolerance to gluten.
The nasal spray vaccine effectiveness among children 2 through 17 years was 3 percent in 2015-16, compared with 63 percent for the injected …
They say that the bark is worse than the bite, but when it comes to a bite from a mosquito, your furry friend could be at risk.
Lawmakers returning to Washington after a break picked up right where they left off, feuding about legislation to battle the Zika virus.
It’s been more than a decade since one international research group conducted their study on the link between obesity and cancer.
Pharmacies are already advertising this year’s flu vaccine, but one popular option from past years isn’t recommended this time around.
The New York Attorney General’s Office announced it is launching an antitrust investigation into Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc., the maker of Ep…
By now, many people know that naloxone is one of the best options to save someone from an opiate overdose.
Surgery can be traumatic for anyone, but especially for children who have to undergo a procedure.
Brandi Pipes suffers from epilepsy, but is finding relief thanks to the Neuropace RNS, which is almost like a pacemaker in the brain.
Firefighters spent the day raising money for children with the muscle-debilitating disease
Sexting is back in the news thanks to a former congressman. Here’s a look at the psychology behind sending suggestive text messages.
A new report on obesity shows that Maine continues to be the heaviest state in New England.
Diamond of California brand macadamia nuts are being pulled from store shelves, after the discovery of salmonella in a sample.
CVS fined for not providing their pharmacists access to the state’s Prescription Monitoring Program.
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The positive mosquito pools were collected in Miami Beach within the current zone that has been treated for local transmission.
A federal appeals court ruling Wednesday, Aug. 31, it does not violate the Second Amendment to ban medical users from buying guns.
The recall notice warned of a “choking and/or cutting hazard.”