The CDC’s online COVID Data Tracker will now include information on COVID-19 particles found in community wastewater, something that will help detect viral surges as at-home tests have left many cases unreported.
The drugs are now required to carry warnings about the increased risks.
New research shows two rheumatoid arthritis drugs show potential for lowering the risk of Parkinson's disease.
Between 2018 and 2020, an average of 22,500 Americans a year required emergency department treatment for tip-over injuries.
The variant seems to attack a patient's immune system much more aggressively than more common strains.
How digital research aims to revolutionize maternal-child health.
A new study finds lasting neurological complications in children following severe COVID infection.
The reason some people are seemingly unaffected by illness that impairs others is a great mystery of infectious disease, but answers to this question can unlock new therapies to curb outbreaks.
PepsiCo has added a hemp-infused energy drink to its RockStar Energy line.
The U.S. Army has started discharging soldiers who don’t comply with its COVID-19 vaccination policy.
WebMD reports on BMI, waist size, and other measurements -- and explains why some fall short in gauging obesity.
Regenerating legs is a first for frogs and now attention turns to whether the discovery holds clues to restoring human limbs.
Spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, the report details the impact of systemic racism in society and what it calls “the harmful disparities affecting people with chronic conditions and disabilities.”
Oral sex can transmit herpes, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV and human papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to cervical cancer, and head and neck cancers.
Still see Oreo after your child brushes their teeth? They need help learning how to brush better.
A new study suggests if you eat a lot of meat, you may be at increased risk for multiple sclerosis.
Researchers say they have identified the elusive part of the brain that drives clitoral stimulation and why it's been so hard to find all along.
No matter how hard a man works to lose weight and build muscle mass, he may be fighting a losing battle with low testosterone.
A few simple lifestyle choices can prevent many types of heart disease. Learn some practical ways to protect your heart.
More countries and one state will require travelers to have coronavirus booster shots.