The Dominican health minister has launched a review into the death of Alexandra Medina, the latest U.S. resident to die after traveling to the country for an elective procedure.
Brazilian butt lift procedures have doubled in the past half a decade despite the potentially deadly consequences.
Over 1.5 million Botox injections were carried out in the U.S. last year.
Since research has highlighted the brain injury risks of on-the-field collisions, private companies have come up with various solutions.
Researchers believe the levels of estrogen which the body creates during pregnancy could explain this association.
With governments unlikely to ever get backdoor access to tech devices, authorities may turn to selective hacking, as in the Apple/San Bernardino case.
The president's sole focus on economics and competition ignores the security challenges in Asia.
Acetaminophen, the active agreement in Tylenol, poses a greater threat than ibuprofen, the main ingredient in Advil and Motrin.
Navy Chief Petty Officer Jason Finan is the first U.S. military casualty in the Iraqi offensive to recapture Mosul.
Eighty-nine percent of insurance companies surveyed were judged as being deficient in their approach.
The strategy could pose problems for Clinton in the long run as Republicans look for fodder to portray her as representing Obama's third term.