Pathogens in recreational pools, hot tubs and spas led to more than 27,000 cases of water-related illnesses in recent years, according to the CDC.
Suggested EPA changes may increase pollution and leave 1 million people with respiratory illnesses.
A child in Idaho contracted the bubonic plague this week.
Calcification was found in the hippocampus, a small organ which plays a key role in our brain's ability to store memories.
One-third of adults in the U.S. may be unwittingly taking prescription drugs linked to depression and suicide, according to a new study.
Highly empathic people have more brain activation while listening to music.
Scientists found that different levels of sleep could affect men and women differently.
Attorney Joel McElvain submitted his resignation after Attorney General Jeff Sessions told Congress the Department of Justice wouldn't defend the Affordable Care Act.
More than 5 million people contract syphilis every year. Scientists now hope a vaccine tested on rabbits can end the STI's global spread.
The operations in the ancient Incan world were more successful than those during the American Civil War.
Boehner joined several U.S. mayors this week in telling the federal government to get out of the way of marijuana legalization.
People aren’t as smart as they were 40 years ago, new research claims.
Extra snacks that are eaten by employees at work can amount to an extra 1,300 calories every week, which is more than half the recommended daily calorie intake for the average adult, according to a new study.
The new technique could be an important tool for catching a cancer that can be tough to diagnose.
The joint conference already has planned opposition.
Upping the intake of high-quality, plant-based foods is also linked to reduced likelihood of chronic illness, researchers say.
An anatomist has dreamed up an ideal version of herself—inspired by fish, dogs, cats, swans and chimps.
The research suggested that feeling loneliness was a strong indicator of premature death and may double a person’s risk of dying of cardiovascular disease.
The amount of sugar children eat rises as they age, the study shows.
Researchers believe they have pinpointed why hunger can lead to anger.
Brown fat burns more energy than white fat.
Doctors will use the synthetic organs to study the individual patients’ anatomy.
According to recent studies, more than 200,000 Vietnam vets still have PTSD. A simple scientific solution might be the answer for them and thousands of other veterans.
Unlike previous seasons, reports of the flu stayed high across all 50 states.
The antiretroviral drug PrEP that can reliably cut the risk of contracting HIV has seen a rapid rise in popularity over the last few years, but condom use has also gone down.
Melania Trump has not traveled with the president to a G7 summit in Canada.
The number of people who took their lives rose across every demographic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Being born to an older mother may carry life-long implications for heart health, the study’s lead author told Newsweek.
It's science, kind of.
A new study found that CBD, a non-psychoactive compound in cannabis, can help people cut down on smoking.