Selfies and face filters have changed the way we see ourselves — but some physicians argue that this could be a problem.
Yes, this can happen. Here's what poppy seed lovers need to know.
The futuristic frozen dessert is a hit on social media, but it could do some serious damage to your skin and internal organs.
Earlobes, freckles, and dimples. Oh my!
Manufacturers are marketing treatments to women as a way to reshape the vagina, relieve vaginal dryness, and treat incontinence.
Yes, people actually do this. Here’s why you should never reuse your rubbers.
Thinking about using that old bottle of SPF 50 you bought ages ago? Maybe think again.
The electronic cigarette company that makes the Juul is facing three lawsuits from users who claim the device has started or worsened nicotine addictions.
The popular snacks are being pulled from retailers across the US. Here’s what you need to know.
A woman from Vermont is recovering after getting severe blistering burns from an encounter with the wild parsnip plant.
Thanks to hybridization, chili peppers are now spicier than ever before. But can too much heat actually harm your body?
Whooping cough is a highly contagious respiratory disease that’s preventable with a vaccine. Health officials are urging more people to get the shot following the infant's death.
A Mother Has Been Charged In Her Baby's Death After Allegedly Transmitting Drugs While Breastfeeding
Prosecutors have charged the 30-year-old mother of two with criminal homicide.
A Teenager Was Hospitalized With Third-Degree Burns After Touching A Giant Hogweed Plant On His Summer Job
Giant hogweed is an invasive plant species known to cause blistering burns, scars, and even blindness.
New research suggests that self-injuries are prevalent among US teens, and that the rate for girls is twice as high as the rate for boys.
These tips will help you stay safe when the weather outside is dangerously hot.
Sea lice might be hard to spot in the water, but the itchy skin rash they cause is impossible to miss.
Here's what you need to know about the rare condition and why it's linked to tampons.
Misoprostol is one of two drugs taken to induce a medical abortion. But it’s used for a lot of other potentially life-saving purposes that make it essential for reproductive health.
The virus, which normally infects animals, was discovered in Florida 50 years ago. This is the first time it has been isolated from a human.