News broke that the DEA will temporarily ban Kratom, an herbal supplement used for issues like chronic pain, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Governor of Minnesota, Mark Dayton, has issued an order to limit the use of bee-killing pesticides, known as neonicotinoids.
A new study involving mice suggests that the impact of antibiotics on gut bacteria may make people more susceptible to Type 1 diabetes.
Entenmann’s Little Bites fudge brownies, chocolate chip muffins, and variety packs are being recalled due to containing little pieces of plastic.
Countries experiencing Zika are also seeing an increase in the number of people suffering from a form of temporary paralysis called Guillain-Barré syndrome.
A development in East Chicago, Indiana has been confirmed to have toxic lead levels up to 30 times what is considered safe.
Have you ever wondered if your dog actually loved you, or was just in it for the food? Some research suggests that dogs actually do prefer the praise of their owner over food.
Researchers in England say that 30 minutes of vaping stiffens the aorta as much as 5 minutes of cigarette smoking.
Dubbed the Holy Braille, this new product, using refreshable braille technology, will help blind people participate in digital culture.
Refugees and asylum seekers in Italy are aiding in the aftermath of an earthquake in three small mountain communities that killed nearly 250 people.
A new analysis has confirmed that Ebola can stay within the body, particularly within male semen, for a year and a half after recovering from an infection.
Tokyo is gearing up to take the stage for the 2020 Olympics. Taking an eco-friendly approach, Japan is hoping to create medals out of old cell phones.
Soda taxes are highly controversial, but the tax implemented in Berkeley, California, 5 months ago, has been successful in reducing sugar consumption.
The WHO released new guidelines for the treatment of gonorrhea this week because it has become largely resistant to an entire class of antibiotics.
Thanks to a generous Facebook post, a failing Fish and Chips shop run by John McMillan saw an astonishing 500 people show up for the amazing, authentic food.
Singapore is the latest country to experience outbreaks of Zika, with reports showing that 150 people are now confirmed to be carrying the Zika virus.
Last week, there were 28 confirmed cases of Hepatitis A linked to smoothies from a Virginia branch of the chain Tropical Smoothie cafe.