Even if you're not into fitness — like 80% of people in the US — there's some good news in the new exercise guidelines.
Once dismissed as fringe, phage therapy is gaining traction as a last resort when antibiotics fail. It's the subject of a new episode of the Netflix docuseries Follow This.
Health officials are warning consumers about an ongoing, multistate outbreak of drug-resistant salmonella infections linked to raw turkey, just weeks before Thanksgiving.
Women who choose to give birth without medical assistance have shut down their Facebook group, but the “free birth” community is still thriving online.
Some people LOVE oat milk. We asked the experts how it compares with other nondairy milks.
The 10th State In The US Just Eliminated Its "Pink Tax" On Pads And Tampons And People Are Celebrating
It's called a "pink tax" and it's gone for good, at least in this particular state.
Classic White, Yellow, and Confetti cake mixes are being pulled from shelves as the FDA investigates an ongoing salmonella outbreak.
Instant noodles and microwavable soups may be delicious, but new research shows that they also cause serious burns in thousands of children every year.
Eleven babies were born with limb defects in a single region.
"I Will Leave This Broken Body With A Full Heart": People Are Mourning This Dad After His Final Facebook Post
Ian Davis died on Thursday after seven years with motor neurone disease.
Male rats zapped with high radiation actually lived longer, on average, than their undosed counterparts, because they suffered lower rates of kidney disease.
It’s possible to have an adverse reaction to a flu shot, but it’s rare.
The vaccine might be the key to curing this taxing and dangerous condition.
Contrary to false reports, it's perfectly fine to dress your chickens in costumes this Halloween — just don't forget to wash your hands.
The country’s biggest vape company tried to fix a problem it created by shopping around a vaping prevention program that encouraged “mindfulness” and meditation as an alternative to e-cigarettes.
The deaths have occurred in "medically fragile" children who already had respiratory problems before getting sick with adenovirus.
Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis conducted studies using psychoactive drugs on “agitated” patients without their consent.
Some prosecutors are cracking down on prescription fraud involving the common addiction treatment Suboxone. Critics say this will only fuel the epidemic.
These Are The Forgotten Sex Workers Of The First World War Who Played An Important Role In Soldiers' Lives
In World War I, a "significant minority" of soldiers were having sex while stationed on the front line — but the presence of wartime sex workers who helped rally the troops has been mostly forgotten.
Native Americans in Minnesota are six times more likely to die of an overdose than white residents — the widest race-based disparity of any US state.
The antiviral drug, called Xofluza, can relieve flu symptoms, but it's not meant for everyone. Here's what you need to know.
"It's providing them with a hope that they may have thought didn't exist for their cancer," says the executive director of TruthInAdvertising.org.
Maybe just get a good mascara.
The actor suggested that women could ask their doctor for an ultrasound to screen for ovarian cancer during regular checkups, which goes against current medical guidelines.
Adenovirus typically causes coldlike symptoms, but the strain that’s spreading in the outbreak has killed some “medically fragile children.”
The only downside is that no human has actually tried these experimental condoms yet for, you know, actual sex. But what a great idea, right?
Charlie Hinderliter spent months in the ICU after getting influenza last winter and nearly died. Now, he wants everyone to get their flu shot.
An FDA panel has voted in favor of an opioid tablet 500 to 1,000 times more potent than morphine. The panel’s head says the drug will kill people.
This Woman Claims A Pharmacist Denied Her Miscarriage Medication Because He Said He “Was A Good Catholic Man”
A spokesperson for Meijer told BuzzFeed News the pharmacist in question is no longer with the company. However, they did not respond to inquiries about whether he was reprimanded for the alleged incident.
Flea-borne typhus, a bacterial disease that causes fevers and a rash, is reaching epidemic levels in parts of Los Angeles County.