Antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea is spreading, partially due to unsafe sex practices. Some infections are resistant to all available treatments.
Head lice are apparently being transferred by head-to-head contact when youngsters gather around smartphones or tablets to view pictures.
For a burning sensation in your nostrils, potential heart problems, and a chocolaty gum stuck in your nose, you can snort chocolate for an energy rush.
Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), a class of heartburn drugs, have been linked to an increased risk of early death by a recent study.
According to a study, teens who go from smoking marijuana occasionally to using it every week or every day, significantly increase their risk of psychosis.
Researchers in Britain have found that 1/5 of male freshwater fish in the U.K. have become intersex due to oral contraceptives and other drugs in the water.
Hot dogs made with nitrites derived from celery juice or celery powder aren’t any safer than those made with artificial sodium nitrite.
Researchers at Banfield Animal Hospital write in a report that obesity among pets has skyrocketed over the past 10 years, thanks to their owners.
Scientists are concerned that the continued misuse of plastic bottles could soon lead to a real environmental crisis.
A parasite that can cause deadly meningitis is spreading through Florida and may be located in other southeastern U.S. states.
A recent study shows that just having your smartphone within your view disrupts your ability to concentrate and reduces your cognitive abilities.
According to researchers, eating fish at least twice a week significantly improves the pain and swelling associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
Researchers have found that dark hair dyes and relaxers increase the risk of breast cancer in different ways among black and white women.
Breastfeeding lowers the risk of heart attack and stroke in women, and the longer a woman breastfeeds, the greater protection she has.
A facility will open in Salt Lake City, Utah, in late 2018 that will convert organic food waste into natural gas and fertilizer.
There was a 300% spike in adverse events caused by cosmetics and personal care products from 2015 to 2016, some of them severe enough to be fatal.
Gov. Rick Scott signed Amendment 2 on June 23, 2017, officially making medical marijuana – except for smoking – legal in the state of Florida.