New guidance recommends exposing at-risk infants to certain allergenic foods to prevent a future allergy. Check out this research.
Johnson & Johnson has lost its 2nd lawsuit in 3 months that accused the company of failing to warn consumers about the risk of ovarian cancer caused by talc.
Walgreens has partnered with Mental Health America to help those who feel they may be suffering with a psychological issue with scientific online assessments.
Over 76 cruise ships are expected to dock in Portland, Maine this season, and the first one that arrived contained a ship full of holiday makers with norovirus.
Scientists have found no link between high consumption of dietary cholesterol and an increased risk of coronary heart disease in men.
A study says that women who have polycystic ovarian syndrome are 59% more likely to give birth to a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Scientists hope to gather data on hundreds of thousands of people via a new video game for smartphones to help doctors better diagnose dementia.
The Justice Department gave up a 4-year effort to shut down the nation’s largest medical marijuana dispensary last week.
Approximately 180,000 Munchkin pacifiers, the style “Latch TM lightweight pacifiers and clips,” have been recalled due to choking hazards.
Using edible utensils which biodegrade in just days if thrown out may cut down on use of plastics taking many years to degrade in the environment.
Men may reduce their chances of developing erectile dysfunction and other health problems by eating a diet rich in antioxidant flavonoids.
Higher tobacco prices, new policies, new attitudes decrease smoking rates among teens. Exercise, herbals, acupuncture, yoga can all help smokers to quit.
Obese children’s health and weight improved when extra sugar in their diets was replaced with non-sugary foods. No change was made in calories or junk food.
The Lynchburg Police Department in Virginia is the 1st in the state to be trained in how to understand and interact with people who have autism.
A shocking new report by UCLA researchers shows more than half of adults in California have either Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes, far more than previous estimates.
Use of plastics ending up in the ocean is increasing exponentially, but awareness and solutions are slowly dawning. We must prevent plastic from dominating the waters.
Clinical psychologist Julie Rucklidge explains how poor nutrition is a significant and modifiable risk factor for the development of mental illness.