Experts say that there is no one screening method that is superior to another for colorectal cancer. leaving it up to the individual to decide the method.
Technological advances are changing farming in a variety of ways, but not all technologies that can be used should be used.
It has been confirmed that a 16-year-old New Mexico boy is suffering from the first confirmed case of the Plague of 2016.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says drinking coffee is probably not carcinogenic, but drinking scalding hot coffee probably is.
New sleep guidelines give parents a better idea of how much their babies, younger children, and teens should be sleeping.
A FDA recently approved a new weight loss device which lets patients dump some of their stomach contents before the body absorbs it.
Hallee Sorenson, who has autism, spent her 18th birthday in sorrow. But for her 19th birthday, she was sent over 10,000 birthday cards.
In an analysis of 7 previous studies, researchers found that young migraine sufferers are more likely to have vitamin deficiencies.
A year after its grand opening, an allergen-free food pantry in Kansas is thriving and helping families cope with the costs of special diets.
In a letter dated June 8, the FDA warned Whole Foods that unsanitary conditions and practices had been discovered in one of its food prep facilities.
Those with a peanut allergy should be warned that Kellogg has now recalled several of their snacks due to undeclared peanut residue.
An Israeli company, HomeBioGas, has created a portable machine that turns food waste into renewable energy for cooking or electricity.
Science has shown once again that eating a diet rich in protein creates feelings of satiety that help people feel full longer.
Antimicrobial bacteria found in some beards may be effective against multi-drug-resistant strains of bacteria, giving beards an advantage over no-beard.
Combined with chemotherapy, curcumin (turmeric extract) is effective in fighting cancer; but studies suggest that curcumin works better when used alone.
A 25-year-old man lived 555 days without a heart by carrying around a machine to keep his body going in a backpack.
The US Food and Drug Administration has warned that many people are now taking to the anti-diarrhea medication, Imodium, to help curb cravings for opiates.