Just weeks after finding traces of glyphosate in U.S. honey, the FDA says it has found the herbicide in oatmeal and oat products.
The number of children born with neonatal abstinence syndrome has dramatically increased. This places a huge burden on Medicare.
Over 2,000 women have sued Johnson and Johnson over allegations that their talcum powder causes cancer. Now, another woman has come forward.
A new study shows that nicotine may help keep those who use it mentally sharp for longer than those who do not consume the chemical.
Could gluten literally make you insane? Evidence dating back 60 years suggests a link between gluten consumption and mental illness.
For the first time, those with common cancers can expect to live at least 10 years after their diagnosis. However, this can create issues for the long-term.
A new study shows how physical activity – especially walking – can help older adults recover from disability and regain their independence.
Like the pharmaceutical industry, the alcohol industry is fighting marijuana legalization over fears that legal weed would pose too much competition.
Greenpeace has discovered that Bayer and Syngenta hid research proving its neonicotinoid pesticides cause substantial harm to honeybees.
An Italian village near the see boasts 81 centenarians our of only 7,000 citizens. What is the secret to their longevity?
A study published on September 15 shows that in states where medical marijuana is legal, fewer people use opioid drugs.
People around the world are furious over Nestle’s latest escapade: buying a drought-stricken town’s water supply.
A marijuana-based childhood epilepsy drug has taken 1 step closer to approval after phase 3 clinical trial results kids had a 42% reduction in seizures.
It has just been announced that the world’s first “3-parent” baby was born in April in Mexico, instead of in the US, where the procedure is not approved.
In the past 800,000 years, the earth’s oxygen has dropped by 0.07%. Scientists, however, don’t believe this is harmful to life.
Scientists in Australia have created a polymer peptide that rips apart superbugs without harming surrounding cells, or making the bacteria immune to it.
Breaking research shows inflammation on a cellular level in inflammatory conditions. This research may help with future therapies.