Pet owners caring for terminally ill animals are at increased risk for depression, anxiety and stress.
Aerial spraying of insecticides should help to kill the bugs, but officials caution residents to stay inside during spraying.
Users can create an alternate universe in real-life photos and videos.
Public health officials report that at least 39 people have become ill from Campylobacter infection linked to puppies from the retail shops.
“There were some lessons to be learned from Katrina.”
It remains unclear how far-reaching this additional catastrophe could become, as Houston begins the work of cleaning and rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey.
Close quarters make transmission of communicable diseases likely and health care services can become challenging.
“Don’t kiss or snuggle with your turtle,” advises the CDC. “This can increase your risk of getting sick.”
The number of women with advanced degrees now exceeds the number of men who reach that same education level, and that’s changing what it means to settle down.
The tech giant is trying to encourage internet users to self-monitor their mental health.
As neo-Nazis rally, psychiatrists return to the decades-old question of whether violent white supremacy is a personality disorder.
Without some safety precautions, eclipse-viewing can be harmful to the eyes. Thankfully, there are ways to protect yourself.
Dialysis for life or a genetically altered pig organ? That may be a choice for transplant patients in the future.
Normally linked to older ages, colorectal cancer is inexplicably killing more younger adults.
Gene editing is going to change the way we treat diseases, save the environment and address food insecurities.
Breast is best, so why isn’t the world investing?