Nature is astounding in her repertoire. Here are 10 super weird exotic superfoods you may never have heard of before.
Are you sick of unlabeled GMOs in our food? Let the FDA know. You can file a formal complaint. Let’s send them so many their servers bust!
New liquid biopsies blood sample tests could use gene sequencing technology to detect trace amounts of DNA mutations associated with various cancers.
New research shows that smokers who use low-nicotine cigarettes may be more able to kick the smoking habit than those who do not use them.
Glyphosate has reportedly been found to double the risk of the blood cancer, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and increase the risk of multiple myeloma.
Hillary Clinton says she opposes a bill known as the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), one which would push for GMOs and benefit Big Biotech and Big Pharma.
Children living near the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant have significantly higher rates of thyroid cancer than children not living near the site.
Fidgeting may reduce the risk of all-cause mortality associated with excessive sitting time, a recent study has concluded.
Here is a list of more than 40 rodent studies showing that animals fed genetically modified corn and soy suffer dire health results.
Researchers have found that people who eat a healthy amount of fish have a lower risk of depression, with men seemingly benefiting more than women.
It seems that Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a bit less about preventing and truly treating breast cancer than it is about making money.
Teens who suffer from bipolar disorder or depression have a high risk of heart disease, The American Heart Association (AHA) says.
It is time to start breaking out the pumpkins! From promoting vision to protecting your heart, here are 5 pumpkin health benefits.
Researchers announced that being overweight or obese at age 50 puts people at greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease early.
Chagas disease is spreading so quickly through the southern U.S. that researchers are calling it the new AIDS in the Americas.
It seems that mega-corp Coca Cola may be paying scientists to hide the fact that sugar-laden beverages and junk food are fueling obesity and disease rates.
Evidence surfaced that contaminated endoscopes are behind many hospital outbreaks of antibiotic-resistant superbugs. The FDA has known about it for years.