Teen use of e-cigarettes is an epidemic, according to the FDA.
The National Institutes of Health spends $30 billion a year on medical research. Critics say the agency isn’t doing enough to fight sexual harassment.
Wansink, who is still teaching at Cornell, has now retracted 13 papers in total.
E. coli, campylobacter, and salmonella bacteria in the runoff could contaminate private drinking water wells.
Thousands of children go to the ER each year with head and neck injuries related to baby walkers, usually after falling down stairs.
Memoirs, fiction, YA — these books show what it's like when your brain seems to be working against you.
A proposed health study of low-salt diets on prisoners has undisclosed salt industry funding.
Mehlani has a rare genetic condition called Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome, and strangers are always commenting on her big eyes.
A new AAP policy contains guidelines around the language, treatment options, and care to be used with patients whose gender identity doesn't match the one they were assigned at birth.
In a freak accident, Xavier Cunningham fell out of a treehouse face-first onto a meat skewer. Somewhat miraculously, he is expected to make a full recovery.
Unsafe Needle Practices During Vampire Facials At A Spa Have Prompted Health Officials To Offer HIV And Hepatitis Tests
Health officials closed the VIP Spa in Albuquerque, New Mexico, after an inspection found unsafe handling of needles.
The way we choose to eat is influenced by a complex combination of factors.
Health officials are concerned about more serious respiratory viruses, such as MERS-CoV, and quarantined the planes as a cautionary measure.
Researchers compared suicidal behavior across different trans identities, and the results are alarming.
Although they are the parents of five children, Van Der Beek and his wife Kimberly have also had multiple miscarriages.
The FDA sent warnings to 1,300 retailers and demanded that five manufacturers of e-cigarettes, including Juul Labs, prove they can curb youth use.
When my brother was hospitalized for suicidal depression, I tried desperately to help him remember being happy — even though that never worked for me.
There is still a lack of consensus over the relationship between delayed gratification and future success.
Suicide is complicated and often misunderstood. Here’s what you should know about it.
But it's no reason to stop taking your meds.
Black hairy tongue is a real condition, and fortunately, it’s reversible. Here’s what you need to know.
Angela Kennecke's daughter, Emily, died of an overdose of fentanyl-laced heroin in May. Now she's sharing her story with the world.
A Nurse Found Out Her 28-Year-Old Physician Colleague Was The Preemie She Cared For Three Decades Ago
In 1990, Brandon Seminatore was a preemie under the care of Vilma Wong. Today, the pediatric resident and NICU nurse are colleagues.
The new Netflix docuseries Follow This focuses one episode on the controversial fight to open the first “safe injection site” in the US.
Police in Cape Coral, Florida, said Abraham Duarte fled after a traffic stop straight into blue-green algae.
Dozens of passengers on an Emirates airline flight reported having fevers and coughing, and at least 10 were taken to the hospital after the plane landed.
Officials in Montgomery County, Maryland, are handing out condoms in high schools to combat a rise in STD cases among young people.
This is a really important and tricky thing to gauge.
People Say Microdosing Can Increase Cognitive Ability And Regulate Emotions. Here's What We Know About It
We have a lot to learn about this practice.
The superintendent said he asked for a districtwide shutdown “out of an abundance of caution.”