With masks no longer required on public transportation, should I still wear one while traveling? What about visiting an immunocompromised person? Should I rethink my travel plans? We’ve got answers.
According to a new survey, with marijuana now legal in many states, some veterinarians are seeing more cases of cannabis poisoning in dogs and other pets.
New dissolving films and mouth patches could replace pills for prescriptions
Experts offer tips for coping with embarrassing pregnancy symptoms.
WebMD explains how you'll recover from an operation faster if you avoid some common errors, like going back to work too soon or skipping your physical therapy exercises.
You know certain foods can give you heartburn. But did you know others can help control it?
If you have or are at risk for a lung condition such as COPD, you may have heard about ways people try to “detox” their lungs. Here’s what you should know first.
The nationally representative poll shows that 51% of the 2,210 Americans surveyed are anxious about climate change and its impact on future generations.
From a new poll, about one-third of parents said their child is a picky eater and one-third didn't think their children eat enough fruits and vegetables.
New research suggests when people have legal access to marijuana, they're less likely to take certain prescription drugs.
A digital rendering of a doctor and an aerospace executive visited the International Space Station in 2021 through “holoportation,” a mix of “hologram” and “teleportation.”
The controversial ruling from a federal judge in Florida caused some strong reactions, including from infectious disease experts.
Researchers say artificial intelligence (AI) may be able to identify risk of relapsing to alcohol after treatment.
Just beyond our first batch of holidays since Christmas and New Year’s Eve – which led to a massive Omicron spike – the medical community is watching closely for a potential rise in cases.
New research on microplastics in our lungs and blood tissue can sound scary, but should we really be worried? Medical specialists answer this pressing question.
This could explain why some COVID patients develop GI symptoms like abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Three toddlers were hospitalized in Virginia after eating Goldfish crackers laced with THC.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating Lucky Charms after consumers complained about becoming sick after eating the dry cereal.
The mandate, enacted in February 2021, is unconstitutional because Congress never granted the CDC to power create such a requirement, U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle said.
Often mistaken for a natural supplement, melatonin is a powerful hormone being used as a sleep aid. Its effect on health has prompted a new investigation.