The case was identified the day before the World Health Organization is scheduled to meet to determine if the outbreak constitutes an international emergency.
Congresswoman Pressley has gone public with her alopecia in a reveal on The Root, after she started loosing hair in the fall.
The ruling has drawn criticism from experts who cite multiple studies which show the phones do not generate enough energy to cause tumors.
The popular running shoe is reportedly set to be banned when World Athletics announces new regulations.
A German tourist has suffered severe leg injuries in a possible shark attack on a beach in southern Thailand.
"Viruses, like all organisms, adapt and evolve," co-author Joel Wertheim told Newsweek.
This season, medics have been struck by the predominance of a different strain of flu that can be particularly damaging to children—influenza B.
Doctors report higher incidents of cannabis-related problems, such as confusion, anxiety, paranoia and hallucinations.
There have been approximately 310,000 suspected measles cases in the DRC since the outbreak was declared in 2018.
Most people give up their new year resolutions on January 17.
New year, new you? If you're one of the many determined to get in shape in 2020, here are some gyms open on January 1 where you can hit the ground running.
From manifesting gratitude to "adopt a puppy," contemporary wisemen including Deepak Chopra, E. Jean Carroll, Gretchen Rubin and more shared their No. 1 New Year's resolutions for 2020 with Newsweek.
"I did get sick in Papua New Guinea but I bounced back quick," the actor wrote in an Instagram post on Sunday.
Seattle families were notified of changes to school policy. To attend school, students must be fully vaccinated, in the process of doing so, or have a signed Certificate of Exemption.
An California woman lies in a hospital with severe central nervous system damage after using Mexican skin lightening cream. The CDC says this is the first known case of Mercury poisoning in America in 50 years.
Researchers at Newcastle University say they have observed the development of Type 2 diabetes for the first time, confirming a decade-old theory on what triggers the condition.
The 'Wheel of Fortune' host opened up on his emergency surgery for the first time during an interview on 'Good Morning America.'
The singer is the latest K-pop star to take a break from activities due to health issues including anxiety, dizziness and inadequate rest.
Dozens of people have been hospitalized and many more reported ill with food poisoning after eating romaine lettuce contaminated with E. coli. The FDA continues to investigate.
The "Cadillac tax," the health insurance tax and the medical device tax, briefly explained.
Four people have been hospitalized and one person has died as a result of a listeria outbreak traced to Almark Foods in Gainesville, Georgia.
A drug looking to relieve symptoms of the autoimmune disease lupus by blocking receptors for the immune protein has just completed its third clinical trial.
Projections by Harvard scientists show that if current trends continue, one in two American adults will be obese by 2030. One in four will be severely obese.
Chinese media outlets reported 96 cases of brucellosis were confirmed as of December 7, following an outbreak at the Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute.
Cartons of soup produced by Canyon Creek Soup Co. Ltd. were found to contain wheat and soy allergens.
A group of people opposing a New Jersey bill that would outlaw religious or "personal belief" exemptions for vaccines required for schools reportedly refused to leave a transit meeting Monday after being told they were at the wrong hearing.
Police have confirmed no anomaly has been found in the autopsy results of the former member of K-pop girl band f(x) who was found dead in her home in October.
A sense of identity, authentic relationships with friends and family members and a sense of accomplishment could all help cultivate this attitude, an expert told Newsweek.
A University of Sheffield study found that being in a brass band can benefit your overall health.