Researchers studied almost 131,000 people in London.
The findings could transform how doctors prescribe aspirin.
The cancer that killed the senator is notoriously difficult to treat.
The woman started taking turmeric supplements after reading a news report that they could prevent strokes.
Children in households which used eco-friendly cleaning products were less likely to be overweight.
The drugs used to treat ADHD increase the risk even more.
Aye-aye lemurs are killed in the wild because they are regarded as a harbinger of evil.
The sausages were recalled after a customer discovered plastic in their food.
We’ve all been there. You think you’re eating something healthy. You run to Costco and buy a ton of it. Seconds, even thirds, of a particular food is fine, it’s healthy, right? Wrong.
Understanding your body and the benefits of good health are vital for thriving communities.
Several North Carolina residents reported they were asked to write Social Security numbers and other identifying marks on their body.
"It isn’t surprising that people are confused about nutrition when the media presents different findings as gladiatorial battles."
This is believed to be the first case of a patient passing cancer on to four recipients.
The U.S. was among 23 countries to recall valsartan after some products were contaminated with a compound linked to cancer.
Researchers hope the drug will reduce reliance on injections and help prevent life-changing complications.
A series of landlords were caught on camera propositioning women with offers to waive their rent and utilities in exchange for sex.