A new Canadian investigation has found that Subway’s chicken strips only contain slightly more than 50% chicken DNA.
A Canadian study shows that many patients with gastrointestinal problems, mental health issues, and/or chronic pain choose cannabis over prescription drugs.
Americans’ stress levels have increased measurably for the first time in a decade, and the future of the country is one of the biggest stressors.
In a new report, researchers document how humans have polluted the mariana trench, the deepest part of the ocean, with PCBs and other chemicals.
Researchers in the U.K. recently discovered drug-resistant malaria in 4 patients who had traveled to Africa, where the disease is rampant.
A California judge has ruled that the state can require a warning label on Monsanto’s Roundup that states it may cause cancer.
As part of a new campaign, the U.K.’s Food Standards Agency is warning that overcooking starchy foods releases a substance known to cause cancer.
Genetically modified apples engineered to brown more slowly than traditional apples will hit store shelves next month, but they won’t be overtly labeled “GMO.”
Most women know that a lump is a sign of breast cancer, but an image of 12 lemons provides a visual reference for what the lesser-known signs look like.
A CDC report details the death of a woman who was taken by carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, a superbug resistant to antibiotics available in the U.S.
Retailers in Italy are boycotting Nutella because it’s made with palm oil, which regulators say can cause cancer when heated to a certain temperature.
On January 1, the FDA took an important step in fighting antimicrobial resistance when it banned the use of antibiotics to help livestock gain weight.
Pest-control company Orkin has released its annual list of the 50 cities with the worst bed bug infestations. Are you in a bed bug hotspot?
Energy drinks are popular among soldiers who need to stay awake on the battlefield, but the military is warning about their potential health risks.
Researchers are working on a powdered synthetic “blood” that could potentially tide patients over in an emergency until they could have a blood transfusion.
The FDA released a 30-page guidance aimed at addressing cyber vulnerabilities in medical devices, which is supposed to help fix security problems in equipment.
The FDA released draft guidelines on December 21 aimed at regulating lead levels in lipstick, eye shadow, and other cosmetic products.