People are being advised to toss out the Perdue gluten-free nuggets after some consumers ended up chewing on bits of wood.
Air pollution, humanitarian crises, and people who refuse to vaccinate are a few of the WHO's top threats to global human health in 2019.
Thinking about going on a liquid diet or cleanse for weight loss? Here's what the experts think.
It’s not too late to get a flu shot if you haven’t already been vaccinated.
We asked Juul users about addiction, nicotine withdrawal, and what it's like to try to quit using the trendy e-cigarette for good.
If you ever used the Juul and became concerned that you might be hooked, we want to know what that was like.
Thousands of patients are being urged to get tested after the surgery center was found to have unsanitary conditions.
The FDA is warning parents and caregivers that baby teething jewelry can be dangerous, posing a risk of choking and strangulation.
~It's the most, dangerous time of the year.~
The rise in vaping from 2017 to 2018 was the largest year-to-year increase for any substance used by teens since the annual survey began in 1975.
Ebola, measles, and monkeypox are just a few of the infectious diseases that caused severe outbreaks in 2018. Here's what you need to know.
Women can have heart attack symptoms that are more subtle or "silent" compared to those — like crushing chest pain — that tend to be more common in men.
If you clear your sinuses with a neti pot, always, always, always use sterile water.
It’s the most wonderful — and accident-prone? — time of the year. We want to know about those holiday-related injuries that had you shaking your head.
Hector Hernandez learned that his “beer belly” was actually a massive tumor caused by a rare form of cancer in his abdomen.
The FDA is warning people to avoid Rhino male enhancement supplements, which may contain harmful ingredients and lead to serious health issues.
A common viral infection has caused multiple deaths among young people this year.
No need to skip the turkey this Thanksgiving. Here's how to cook it properly to keep everyone safe and keep salmonella off the menu.
Dozens of kids are sick with chickenpox in a private school with one of the highest religious exemption rates in the state.
The flu and the common cold are nasty respiratory illnesses with some similar symptoms. Here’s how to tell the difference.