Beyoncé and Jay-Z are asking fans to go green in exchange for a lifetime of free tickets to their shows and concerts.
The Federal Appeals court has rejected the San Francisco law that requires manufacturers of sugary beverages to post health warning labels.
The U.S. government is proposing changes to the way Medicare and Medicaid release prescription drugs to patients.
Almost half of all Americans still have some form of heart ailment, according to latest figures from the American Heart Association.
A new study says that your genes are probably the reason why you love the night better.
The American Lung Association gave the US Food and Drug Administration an “F” grade for lack of action in protecting teens from possible e-cigarette addiction.
Turkish scientists thought to extract some elements from it to see if it can be turned into electricity — and to positive results.
While it’s easy to research on certain health information or ailment, it’s as easy to fall prey to those that provide unproven claims stated as fact.
People who drink coffee often have a lower risk of dying early and this becomes more significant when they have reached 45 years old.
Alabama representative Tommy Hanes has filed a bill that would require food stamp beneficiaries to undergo a drug test first before they are given concessions.
The less sleep you get, the more you are sensitive to pain, says a recent study by scientists from the UC Berkeley.
A recent study shows that giving your emotion a label might help in curbing your reactions.
Some areas in the United States have declared a state of emergency as the ongoing polar vortex phenomenon continues to bring way below zero temperatures.
Reactions to the spread of measles are mixed, though most appear to blame the outbreak on parents' choice to say no to vaccinations.
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has ordered the recall of fresh plums, peaches and nectarines from major groceries, citing possible Listeria contamination.
Preschoolers who spend more time staring at cellphone or laptop screens are less likely to perform well on development screening exams, says a study.
A new study in the UK has found that persistent sore throat can be an early sign of larynx cancer.
Here are 10 of the best weight loss apps that Android users can check out for 2019.
Some of the strangest fad diets known to man are just too weird for anybody to revive.
Behaviors that are linked to wisdom are huge factors in getting out of an emotional rut.
A study shows that millions are looking for marijuana retailers on the internet, with the rate rising by almost 300 percent from 2005 to 2017.
The State of Washington has declared a state of emergency after confirming 35 cases of the highly-contagious measles.
There are many diseases that can be fatal to anybody who is exposed to them, with some leading to death in an instant if the person is unprotected.
With measles apparently making a comeback in the U.S., preventive steps need to be made urgently.
A new survey conducted by Gallup reveals that 13.7 percent of citizens do not have health insurance as of 2018.
New research has revealed that it is possible to detect if a person will have Alzheimer’s disease as early as 16 years before it happens.
The World Health Organization has named vaccine hesitancy as one of the main threats to public health in its 2019 Top 10 Threats to Global Health list.
A recent study has shown that a single serving of fried chicken per day may increase one’s risk for heart disease and death.