After the lead disaster in Flint, Michigan’s governor is trying to get ahead of a looming crisis of another water pollutant, PFAS.
A Drug Company Tried To Give Away An Overdose Antidote To Schools. But Most Of Them Declined The Offer.
Some schools might have been reluctant to take advantage of the company’s offer because of backlash from parents, experts say.
A woman from Vermont is recovering after getting severe blistering burns from an encounter with the wild parsnip plant.
The pharmaceutical company has long heard complaints of serious health problems from tens of thousands of women who had the device implanted.
They might not be worth the price tag.
Thanks to hybridization, chili peppers are now spicier than ever before. But can too much heat actually harm your body?
“While oversight authority is vital, its absence can contribute to a catastrophic situation.”
“This is 2018. We shouldn't still be contaminating people with plutonium,” said a worker at the Hanford site in eastern Washington.
It is both very small and very hard to kill.
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.
“We should be very concerned that many overdoses are unrecognized suicide attempts,” said one expert.
This could save lives and millions of dollars.
The study, published in April, falsely claimed to have gotten ethical approval for human research.
The ripple effect from these stories is significant.
Australians With Mental Health Conditions Have A Really Hard Time Accessing Medical Care Compared With Everyone Else
This is a red flag for the Australian medical community.
This is the future of X-rays.
“This is just not what happens to a person on a cross,” said a forensic investigator.
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.
No one has died from the bacteria, but the outbreak is widening. So far, 100 people in 33 states have gotten sick — some seriously so.
A rash of official-looking warning letters may be linked to an "international extortion scam," the FDA said.
“It means that there's light at the end of the tunnel,” said one addiction expert. Opioid deaths are still on the rise, however.
Two world-firsts are better than one.
Will we be able to save them?
Angela Wright's life was totally changed after finding dozens of brown recluse spiders in her new home.
“I call him Lord Voldemort,” conservation lawyer Bill Snape said about Kavanaugh.
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.
JAMA Dermatology blames a fish pedicure for a woman's toenail troubles. But one expert says she was probably just wearing the wrong shoes.
Okay, this isn't great.
Is time running out to see the World Heritage-listed reef before it's cooked by rising sea temperatures? It depends who you ask, as Andrew Stafford found.
These Eastern Quoll Babies Are The First To Be Born In The Wild On The Australian Mainland In Over 50 Years
They look like jellybeans and this is very important.