A new study published by Lancet examines how healthy countries are against UN standards, and none are doing exceptionally well.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch admitted in a speech at a Kentucky high school that marijuana is NOT a gateway to harder drugs.
Over 218 Americans have high levels of the carcinogenic chemical chromium-6 in their drinking water, which can lead to cancer and other health problem.
A study has definitively linked earthquakes in Texas and Oklahoma to fracking and drilling, which could cause man made disasters in the future.
Six-year-old Erin Cross’ parents raised $180,000 to send her to the US for experimental leukemia treatment. She is now in remission.
The UN General Assembly formally approved a declaration aimed at helping world leaders tackle the humanity-threatening problem of antibiotic resistance.
Kratom will be banned as a Schedule I substance this next week, though many are opposed. How can it be proven that it has medicinal benefits?
New research shows that giving babies high risk allergy foods and a young age may help curb allergic reactions later in life.
Researchers in Brazil have found that eating a diet high in citrus can help to lower the risks of diseases related to obesity.
In the wake of toxic levels of pollution, scientists have developed over the counter inhalers to help protect lungs from the worst of it.
Doctors are now able to prescribe medical-grade heroin to severely addicted patients who haven’t been able to get clean via other methods.
Archeologists in Denmark have happened upon a 3,000 year old pan of burned cheese that someone tossed in an ancient trash heap.
France is set to be the first country in the world to ban non-biodegradable plastic cutlery, but many companies are opposed.
The Kellogg company has recalled 10,000 cases of waffles after finding the listeria bacteria in their production facility.
A Virginia woman who has already fed more than 5,000 people with food insecurity has a goal of feeding 30,000 people by her 30th birthday next September.
A leading group of pediatricians warned this week that codeine should never be used in children for pain relief or as a cough suppressant.
A new study finds that the five second rule is total bunk. Instead the type of food you drop on the floor is much more important.