Resveratrol, found in red grapes, raspberries, dark chocolate, and red wine, may halt the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, a study suggests.
The FDA is making the most dramatic changes to its food safety regulations in more than a century in an effort to stave off outbreaks of food poisoning.
A number of Chipotle restaurants in Minnesota have been linked by health officials to a recent outbreak of salmonella.
A recent study shows that 70 percent of honey samples collected in Massachusetts contain at least one neonicotinoid, a class of bee-killing pesticides.
After unearthing a 30,000 year old frankenvirus from the icy wasteland of Siberia, scientists plan to awaken it. But why unleash this super virus?
The world’s first head transplant is schedule to take place in December 2017 with a procedure to take 36 hours. Will this mark history in medicine?
investigators say they have pinpointed the LSD-like drug that caused the bizarre behavior for 29 homeopaths gathered for a conference in Germany – 2C-E.
Male fish are becoming hermaphroditic due to environmental insults (such as chemicals in the water). But what exactly is to blame?
Need to know how to stop hay fever this Autumn? Here are 13 tips to help you cope with (and hopefully prevent) hay fever during ragweed season.
Numerous tech company’s are developing new and improved screen technologies that cause less potential damage to our eyes and sleep cycles.
Biotechnology companies like Monsanto are hiring academics to speak on the benefits of GMOs in order to negate a tsunami of bad press. Will it work?
From improving digestion to revitalizing hair, here are 5 avocado oil uses anyone can use to boost overall health and beautify.
Research warns that the long-term use of antipsychotic drugs, used to treat schizophrenia and other mental illnesses, may negatively impact brain structure.
A new study has found that vitamin C may be just as good as exercise for improving vascular tone in overweight and obese individuals.
A federal advisory group says doctors should screen teens for depression, but the number of students that benefit from the directive might be small.
A new study shows that even low-dose glyphosate can alter over 4000 genes and their proper functioning within the livers and kidneys of rats.
A 10-year-old boy suffered brain damaged and his family fell ill after their family home was fumigated with a pesticide known as sulfuryl fluoride.