We digitized medical records to improve the medical system and healthcare, but better healthcare is not here, and the medical system is not saving money.
NASA is warning Los Angeles-area residents to prepare for an earthquake of at least a magnitude 5.0 that should hit within the next 30 months.
Another young football player died recently after he reportedly collapsed on the field – signaling the necessity to safeguard life-threatening sports.
The World Health Organization is reportedly planning to classify red meat, bacon, sausages and other processed meats as probably carcinogenic to humans.
A 41-year-old who worked at the Fukushima plant has been diagnosed with cancer caused by radiation exposure. It could be just the tip of the iceberg.
Kaci Hickox, a nurse forced into quarantine after treating Ebola patients, is suing Governor Chris Christie, alleging she was held against her will.
In addition to weight loss, the ketogenic diet is very useful as a cancer treatment, often alongside other conventional and/or natural therapies.
President Obama nominated Dr. Robert Califf as the new head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, but Big Pharma ties has many people worrying.
There are so many homeless people in Hawaii that Governor David Ige declared a state of emergency last Friday to address the problem.
Days after 1,800 people gathered to protest the planned restart of another nuclear reactor at the Sendai nuclear plant, the second reactor came online.
More than 34,000 pesticides derived from about 600 basic ingredients are registered for use in the United States by the EPA. Is our food really improved?
A major study involving 800,000 Japanese individuals shows that consuming fizzy drinks can “significantly” increase your risk of heart disease and stroke.
A childhood filled with psychological stress may put youngsters at greater risk of developing diabetes and heart disease later in life.
The New England Journal of Medicine tackles 2 new serious concerns over genetically modified organisms and the pesticides used to grow them.
A report released by the CDC shows that the majority of contact wearers are making at least 1 mistake that could cost them their vision.
Being stressed out at work is just as bad as regularly being exposed to second-hand smoke, a new at Harvard Business School and Stanford University finds.
If you have any major surgery planned, including those which are unrelated to heart disease, you may want to avoid beta blockers. Here is why.