It’s all about dogs, dust and microbes.
The latest data suggest that it’s possible to be a pothead.
The popularity of unpasteurized milk may pose health risks to young children, the elderly and pregnant women, doctors say.
Think you’re using your head to make purchases? Think again.
The 22-day diet doesn’t do much to promote veganism’s ideals — or your health
It’s not real tobacco smoke, but the emissions from electronic cigarettes can still contain harmful ingredients.
Nobody likes to get stuck with a needle, but maybe lasers beforehand might take away some of the sting
Women with a high risk for breast cancer can cut their chances of developing the disease by 53% with the drug anastrozole after five years during a study.
Music can soothe the soul and speed along creativity, but it won’t, according to researchers from Harvard, boost intelligence.
Researchers conducted a test of the new four-strain influenza vaccine, available for the first time this year, to determine how well it protected against the flu in young children.
When it comes to cancer, sometimes less is more.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking the first steps toward phasing out non-treatment-based uses of antibiotics in agriculture.
The TV-show host responds to criticism that she sensationalized concerns over the HPV vaccine