Researchers were "surprised" and "alarmed" to find probiotics could harm gut bacteria and affect our health long-term.
The Social Security program could be insolvent by 2034, government trustees warned in June.
Over 800,000 children under the age of 5 could be saved each year if more women breastfed.
"Two people, same name, same numbers. One in Puerto Rico and one in Massachusetts receiving Medicaid benefits."
Many studies suggest that fasting can extend our lifespans and boost health—so why aren't health officials rushing to recommend these diets?
"I just got to a point where I had enough information on marijuana to know what we were being told was bull****," Monroe told Newsweek a day before 4/20.
After experiencing a dismal 2017, the retail sector is expected to continue announcing benefits from GOP tax reform.
A court battle could set a precedent for outcomes on the matter, affecting several counties in Southern California
Millions can open bank accounts and make cashless transactions and financial access for marginalized groups has improved. But concerns over surveillance and the security of people's information remain.
Trump's budget celebrates a cruel and virulent form of individualism – much like Trump himself.
Moscow blamed former President Barack Obama for souring the U.S. relationship with Russia just before he left office.
Maggots are nature's miniature medical device.
A report claims that government tax and benefit policies will hit women harder than men.
New evidence shows how benefit sanctions affect people.
If approved, the law would provide new parents working in the private sector with six weeks of leave.
Proceeds from the streaming site's concert will go to New World Foundation.
The change takes effect on July 1.
The study casts doubt on the theory that welfare states encourage a culture of 'scrounging'.