A new study finds that serving up vegetables with tantalizing names could get people to eat more veggies.
An unofficial report may be stoking fears that fidget spinners, the hottest toy of the year, could contain dangerous amounts of lead.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today (June 8) that it has requested that Endo Pharmaceuticals, a drug company, remove the opioid painkiller Opana ER from the drug market.
You may not love your belly fat, but the large sheet of fat that stretches across your abdomen serves a purpose.
George and Amal Clooney are the parents of twins: Amal Clooney gave birth to a boy and a girl today (June 6), People Magazine reported.
Women with menstrual cramps in New York State may soon have a new option for easing their monthly pains: medical marijuana.
Among the difficult things a woman has to do after having a C-section — from tending to her stitches to learning to breastfeed — now there's a recommendation that's a little easier: chew gum.
It's a scenario you've probably experienced: You go to the supermarket hungry, and you end up with a shopping cart filled with foods you probably wouldn't buy if you weren't feeling famished.
Alcohol and marijuana may be the most commonly used recreational drugs in the world, but magic mushrooms appear to be the safest, a new survey finds.
Women who can't wait to have their glass of wine at the end of the day, take note: A new report concludes that even one small drink daily can raise a woman's risk of breast cancer.
Not all sunscreens are created equal: Nearly three-quarters of sunscreens are either ineffective or contain chemicals that could harm your health, a new report finds.
What women think of as an intrusive behavior on the part of men in one country may be different in another country.
If you got sick from swimming in a pool last summer, there's a good chance it was due to a tiny parasite called Cryptosporidium.
A mesmerizing material called "kinetic sand," which can be molded like clay but also somehow feels silky, is enjoyable for kids and adults alike.
A teen in South Carolina has died after drinking three caffeinated beverages in a short period of time.
Studies in mice have garnered attention for a remarkable result: When the feces of one mouse was transplanted to another mouse, the recipient mouse either gained or lost weight.
Celebratory fireworks at a wedding led to the rupturing of both of a man’s eardrums, according to a brief report of the man's case.
A person's overall cardiorespiratory fitness is linked to his or her risk of developing precancerous polyps in the colon, which can grow into colon cancer, a new study from Singapore found.
People with celiac disease may face an increased risk of pneumococcal infections, a new meta-analysis finds.