Gillum's campaign alleged the 30-second ad, paid for by the Florida GOP and endorsed by DeSantis, is "demonstrably false in numerous respects and has been made with actual malice."
A person's BMI score can give a skewed view of their health, experts believe.
Brett Kavanaugh will begin his tenure on the Supreme Court this week, after being narrowly confirmed by a vote of 50-48.
Leslie is the 12th named storm to form in the Atlantic during the 2018 hurricane season.
Psilocybin is increasingly being recognized by scientists as potentially effective treatments for a number of psychological disorders, such as addiction and depression.
Human rights groups say at least 12,000 people have been killed since Duterte took office in 2016.
The sensor ink can be printed onto any paper-like surface, making it cheap to produce as wristbands or similar accessories.
The sausages were recalled after a customer discovered plastic in their food.
The former Johnny Rotten on his love for David Bowie, Sid Vicious and butter.
Diclofenac, also marketed as Voltaren, is commonly prescribed to ease pain and inflammation.
Researchers were "surprised" and "alarmed" to find probiotics could harm gut bacteria and affect our health long-term.
The science on the risks of prolonged exposure to cellphone radiation remains inconclusive.
Reggie Griffiths lacks an important enzyme in his body, and it is slowly killing his brain cells.
Little is known about the world's second largest shark.
"Two people, same name, same numbers. One in Puerto Rico and one in Massachusetts receiving Medicaid benefits."
An Instant Pot pressure cooker, 23 and Me DNA tests and personal water filters were the most purchased items in the United States.
Guidelines for defining high blood pressure have been lowered, and millions more people will be diagnosed with the condition and recommended for treatment.
An estimated 100 trillion microbes live in and on our bodies—and scientists believe their makeup could impact our overall health.
High blood pressure accounts for more heart disease and stroke deaths than all other preventable causes, except smoking.
Growing evidence suggests there is a link between how much we sleep and our risk of developing dementia.