Consumer Reports has a warning for us – nearly half of sunscreen products in the U.S. fail to live up to the SPF claim on their bottles.
Antidepressants don’t work in 40% of Australians who take the drugs, and doctors are being told to hand out fewer prescriptions.
A new study of more than 1 million people shows that physical exercise cuts your risk of 13 types of cancer. Time to get moving!
Researchers have released a list of 6 deadly sins they say are most likely to shorten your life. Avoid them and experience a longer, healthier life.
In the 3-month study involving 313 children, on average, participants saw a 50 percent decrease in both grand-mal and tonic-clonic seizures.
A recent study in The Lancet shows Tylenol is nearly useless in treating osteoarthritis pain, but there are many other safer therapies.
A recent study suggests one of the best ways to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is to stop thinking negatively about getting old.
An EPA fracking study that stalled out in 2013 has been completed by a former EPA scientist, and the results are not good (for fracking supporters).
Many people have turned to Tylenol all their lives to treat their flu symptoms, but acetaminophen, the medicine’s main ingredient, may not really help.
Health advisers are pushing the U.K. government to add folic acid to flour following a study that shows how pregnant women are lacking in the nutrient.
Scientists have linked drinking 3-4 cups a coffee a day to a decreased risk for Type 2 diabetes.
Will a rare form of sugar known as L-fucose soon be genetically engineered in order to ‘help treat skin cancer?’
The National Institutes of Health is set to launch a new study into how exposure to environmental toxins can spark disease at a young age.
Early exposure to agricultural pesticides may harm children’s lungs – even more than secondhand smoke – researchers are saying.
Research suggests that a rapid resting heart rate could be an indicator of early death, even in people without the usual risk factors for heart disease.
Prescription drug use among American adults has more than doubled, especially medications to treat diabetes, heart disease and other obesity-related drugs.
That morning cup of coffee gives you pep, but a new study found that it might also be giving you mycotoxins, toxic metabolites produced by fungi.