Women who are exposed to high levels of air pollution have a much higher risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
Recent federal data shows that more people in the U.S. use opioid painkillers than tobacco, highlighting the tragic opioid crisis gripping the country.
Stevia is proving to be an effective treatment for tick-borne Lyme disease, and patients in a clinical trial are seeing encouraging results.
One study shows that people who take popular heartburn drugs known as proton pump inhibitors (PPI’s) have a higher risk of ischemic stroke.
SlimCado avocados are advertised as being a healthier, low-fat alternative to Hass avocados, but the fruits aren’t exactly getting rave reviews.
Nearly half of all U.S. deaths in 2012 were attributable to diet-related cardiometabolic disease, including heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.
Despite looser marijuana laws, FEWER kids are dependent on marijuana, or struggling with school or relationships, according to a new study.
A link between sugar and depression? A study suggests that men (and women) with high sugar intake may be more prone to depression and other mood disorders.
In a recent study, recreational running was shown to help osteoarthritis of the knees and hips, adding to the many health benefits of this aerobic activity.
The FDA would not certify all of the ingredients in the Impossible Burger GRAS (generally recognized as safe) but Impossible Foods launched it anyway.
An analysis of 17 previous studies shows breastfeeding for 6-9 months decreases a mother’s risk of developing endometrial cancer.
Four studies presented to the nation’s largest group of psychologists show that yoga can improve depression symptoms and overcome unhealthy eating patterns.
Researchers have found that preschool-age children who watch food ads on TV consume about 120 extra calories a day.
The Trump administration has declared the opioid epidemic a national emergency. What does that mean, and is there any reason for concern?
A recent study shows that people with bowel cancer who live in the country have a 29% lower chance of dying from the disease.
Shocking new research suggests that energy drinks may be a gateway drug to harder substances, including cocaine and non-prescription stimulants.
A study finds that young children who drink non-cow’s milk may be shorter than their peers, and researchers don’t know if it carries over into adulthood.