Be well: Spring-clean your medicine cabinet to remove expired drugs

Spring is the prime season to declutter closets, kitchens and garages — but don’t forget to add an annual medicine overh ...View More

Caffeine, the wonder drug? Study suggests more coffee could lower body fat and prevent type 2 diabetes

That morning cup of coffee might provide more benefits than just a quick energy boost. New research suggests that consum ...View More

COVID-19 pandemic expected to end this year 'as a public health emergency,' says World Health Organization

The director of the World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Friday that he is "confident" the COVID-19 pandemic wil ...View More

Military pilots and ground crews showing high rates of cancer, Pentagon study reveals

High rates of cancer among military pilots have been discovered by a Pentagon study.And for the first time, it's been sh ...View More

'Dad jokes' help kids develop into healthy adults: study

A recent study says that despite the embarrassment that "dad jokes" can cause, it might do some kids good in the future. ...View More

Biohacking revealed: What to know about the hip health trend embraced by Brooke Burke, Tom Brady and others

A practice known as "biohacking" is gaining popularity among celebrities such as Brooke Burke, Tom Brady and Jeff Bezos  ...View More

Rare tick-borne babesiosis disease on the rise in northeastern US, says CDC: Here's why

Lyme disease may hold the distinction of being the most commonly reported tick-borne disease in the U.S. — but it’s not  ...View More

Older Americans reject more vaccines, opt instead for ‘natural healing,' says report

Many adults age 40 and older are opting to skip vaccine immunizations despite their general concerns about virus infecti ...View More

Vaccine-derived poliovirus detected in Burundi, Congo

JOHANNESBURG/LONDON - Health officials in Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have detected cases of vacc ...View More

Alzheimer’s diagnoses expected to reach nearly 13 million by 2050, says new report

An estimated 6.7 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease today — about one in every nine people age 65 and ...View More

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