The nation's largest association of physicians supports a ban on the practice of trying to turn members of the LGBTQ community "straight."
A study from the University of Leeds found that students who skipped breakfast did not perform as well on GCSEs as those who ate a morning meal.
A hearing will now be held in which new witnesses will testify in favor of Reed's innocence in the murder of Stacey Stites.
A new poll released by the University of Texas at Tyler indicated that Texas voters favor incumbent President Donald Trump for the 2020 presidential election over every single one of his challengers from the Democratic Party.
The three highest all-time winners of the trivia game show Jeopardy! are scheduled to face off in a tournament this coming January to see who among them is the "Greatest of All Time."
Of those polled, 51 percent felt that Trump was wrong and should be removed from office, while 19 percent said that he was wrong but should retain his elected position.
A South Carolina man was sentenced on Tuesday to spend more than 24 years in prison for selling his friend drugs that he knew she intended to use to commit suicide.
The quarterback held his own alternative practice in a different location than what was originally scheduled on Saturday.
A five-year-old boy in Holyoke, Massachusetts, reportedly brought a bag of heroin to school that was allegedly taken from his home.
Pelosi felt compelled to define a word for President Donald Trump during a briefing on Capitol Hill, a move that some on social media described as "trolling."
Illiterate people may be three times as likely to eventually develop dementia, according to a study published in the journal Neurology on Wednesday.
A petition to exonerate a death row inmate scheduled to be executed on November 20 has received almost 3 million signatures.
"I think this is a game changer for those who have found biking too difficult. It makes this important form of exercise accessible to a broader community," wrote Dr. Ben Crookston, one of the study's authors.
A new study has found that the amount of "good" and "bad" cholesterol present in a baby's blood at birth could influence psychological development.
The study of more than 40,000 adults found that those who smoked marijuana frequently were three times more likely to suffer a stroke.
"I think, strategically, what she has done from their perspective is actually quite brilliant," the former White House chief strategist said in an interview with CBS News.
The FDA has granted approval for a drug that treats adult patients with a rare form of anemia that forces them to have regular blood transfusions.
AARP reportedly pulled in $142 million in 2017 from print advertisements in both magazines, as well as $32 million in digital advertising, according to Axios.
The company will cut 150 more jobs than it said it would in October.
Michael Conner Humphreys is an Iraq War veteran, but he is perhaps better known for playing a child named Forrest Gump in the 1994 film of the same name.
Cindy McCain admitted on CNN's 'The Axe Files' that she personally asked Kurt Volker to resign from the leadership the think tank named after her husband.
A new fire started in Los Angeles County on Saturday, prompting the evacuation of the lot of a major film studio.
A passerby captured a confrontation between a woman selling churros and several officers of the New York City Police Department (NYPD) on Friday evening in a video that has since gone viral on social media.
A report from Brigham Young University found that the negative health impacts of adverse childhood experiences can be combatted with "advantageous childhood experiences."
In their efforts to make their homes more clean or sterile, city dwellers may be making their living spaces more prone to certain kinds of fungi and bacteria.
A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published Tuesday indicates that adverse childhood experiences are associated with five of the top 10 leading causes of death in the United States.
A study conducted mostly by researchers from the University of Gothenburg found that obese patients who underwent bariatric surgery to help them lose weight were less likely to develop skin cancer, including melanoma.
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade joked Wednesday morning that the people of Mexico would just return to "work in the fields" if their president refused to declare another war on drug cartels.
A two-day conference held at Wheaton College in Illinois focused on how evangelical Christian students can improve their relationships with their Muslim counterparts.
Any amount of regular running is associated with staving off a premature death, according to a new scientific study from Victoria University.