If you’re often sleepy during the day and frequently take a long afternoon snooze, you’re more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes, reports researchers.
AFib is the most common type of heart arrhythmia, where the heart does not beat properly. Here are some causes and symptoms of atrial fibrillation (AFib).
Congested highways and traffic jams are more than a personal nuisance. Read on to learn more about 4 ways our congested roadways hurt the environment.
Total net sales for Kellogg’s fell again by 8.5 percent, signifying a continued losses as consumers continue to reject the corporation’s food products.
The FDA recently finalized rules designed to prevent outbreaks of foodborne illness caused by contaminated produce that sicken millions of Americans.
Researchers are testing a new method for capturing excess water flows during California’s rainy season by diverting it from rivers into a network of canals.
A new “smart” bandage may help stop the spread of drug-resistant bacteria by alerting doctors when a wound develops an infection.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is warning that antibiotic use for livestock is preventing doctors from treating life-threatening infections in children.
Detroit is turning land such as 60-acre farms into an urban gardening powerhouse of self-sustainability. It will be known as RecoveryPark,
Fortune Magazine has named Monsanto one of the ‘50 best places to work’ based on diversity despite being one of the most disliked companies around.
The FDA opened a 90-day comment period for the public to share its thoughts concerning how the word “natural” should be defined on food labels.
Recently, another 17-year old has won a legal battle in New Jersey to consume cannabis oil during her school lunch period.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) said on Thursday that glyphosate is unlikely to cause cancer in humans.
There are numerous reasons anyone questioning genetically modified foods is labeled anti-science, and it all has to do with fraud and corruption.
Advocates and veterans are bringing awareness to the physical and psychological suffering of vets and how medical marijuana could help them.
Scotland, Ireland, Japan, and Denmark want to have open discussions about the administration of HPV vaccines and their potential corresponding dangers.
A new report outlines how the Fukushima nuclear meltdown has spiked thyroid cancers by 230x and could result in up to 1 million more cancers.