Spaces like parks are thought to encourage people to exercise, as well as boost mental and physical health.
House Bill 413 would only allow abortions after a fetal heartbeat has been detected if the life of the woman is in danger, and the penalties for performing one would be either life imprisonment or death.
President Trump's FDA pick Stephen Hahn said that he agreed that the vaping crisis requires "aggressive action," but offered few other details.
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.
Each year, some 70,000 people in the U.S. survive being shot.
Suspended animation could buy surgeons more time to treat otherwise fatal traumatic injuries.
Study shows how the brain can adapt after major surgery to enable the body to function normally.
A federal guideline on removing patients from their opioid prescriptions was recently tempered, but not before physicians and hospital networks began aggressively removing people from their medication or sending them away entirely.
"Patients like these may suffer significant injuries, including hemorrhage, infection, loss of future fertility, or even death, but state conscience laws often prohibit them from recovering for their injuries in court," a researcher told Newsweek.
Customers are being advised to return products after six complaints were made concerning plastic contamination.
The man's symptoms were so bad it took him 30 minutes to walk up the stairs at home.
Seattle Children's Hospital will install new air handlers in their battle against an infection-causing mold which has killed six patients.
Electric toothbrushes, home whitening systems, and more to ensure your teeth stay healthy.
Six of the top 20 are in the U.S., but it's a British city that tops the list.
The more highly paid and educated a person is, the more likely it is that they will drink to excess.
Like many things, access to clean water falls along racial lines.
Researchers spoke to transgender children across North America for their study.
The leader of the K-pop band Seventeen will be taking a break from activities due to health concerns after experiencing symptoms of anxiety.
The ban was aimed at deterring the five million teenagers who had taken up vaping.
Most parents think children should be screened for depression at school.
Hundreds of private hospices discharged most dying patients in 2017, while 80 failed to send registered nurses, physicians or nurse practitioners to check on them.
"If it had been a Muslim that had shot two American kids, Washington would be shut down today. Remember San Bernardino? Remember? Washington got shut down," Scarborough said on his "Morning Joe" show.
The November 6 letter said several Chinese suppliers violated "serious" safety standards in 2016 through 2019 while producing Dollar Tree's Assured Brand medication and other products sold in U.S. stores.
Illiterate people may be three times as likely to eventually develop dementia, according to a study published in the journal Neurology on Wednesday.
Researchers found 54 percent of anti-vaccine ads were posted by the World Mercury Project and Stop Mandatory Vaccination. There were "significantly" higher numbers of buyers for pro-vaccine ads