Recent studies suggest doctors may someday be able to create a noninvasive test to detect Alzheimer’s disease based on patients’ sense of smell.
General Mills has recalled a large selection of its flours due to an outbreak of E. coli, expanding the recall even further as 46 people are sickened.
Although there have been no known illnesses from Meijer’s fresh salads and sandwiches, they are recalling some products due to potential salmonella contamination.
A new study shows that the spice cinnamon may be able to help with learning ability due to the numerous compounds in the spice.
Walmart will start selling imperfect apples under the brand name “It’s Perfect” in several hundred stores to reduce food waste.
Twelve people in New Hampshire have been sickened with the same strain of E. coli, with ground beef thought to be the cause.
Estimates show that around 1.65 million women in Latin America could be infected with Zika while they are pregnant, with Brazil carrying the highest number.
Starbucks is currently testing 100% recyclable paper cups in the UK. The coffee chain goes through 4 billion cups a year, including 2.5 billion in the UK.
Construction worker Jason Haney created a giant Waldo to hide near a children’s hospital so that sick kids can play Where’s Waldo every morning.
An alternative to metal heart stents, dissolvable heart stents have recently been approved by the FDA for use on patients in the United States.
A study explains why some women with unexplained fertility issues are unable to conceive – the women had copies of a rare form of the herpes virus.
Since Pokemon Go released this month, it has had some surprising impacts, including offering benefits for players who suffer from mental health conditions.
Ten-year-old cancer survivor Carter Beckhard-Suozzi’s dream was fulfilled when former president came to pay the boy a visit.
It seems the Zika virus is showing no signs of slowing in Brazil, where researchers have found that the virus is present even in many house mosquitoes.
Researchers are looking for volunteers to be injected with ketamine to evaluate whether or not it can be used as a treatment for alcoholism.
California is taking the lead on solar and renewable energy, requiring that 33 percent of electricity come from the sun and wind by 2020.
A new study suggests that fracking may contribute to higher instances of asthma, with those living near fracking sites having trouble with controlling asthma.