New research from Rutgers University debunks the five-second rule, as bacteria can contaminate food in even less than a second.
Drinking in college is customary, but a certain segment of students are at higher risk for binge-drinking and the dangerous behaviors it invokes.
You might want to cover your nose the next time you are going out the city. A study conducted by the researchers of Universities Lancaster, Oxford and Manchester found out that the air we breathe can potentially increase the risk of having Alzheimer's disease.
A report by the United Nations revealed that over 300 million people living in Asia, Africa, and Latin America are at risk in contracting water-borne diseases due to worsening water conditions. Many people in these countries still rely on drinking water sources that are contaminated by fecal matter.
A new study suggests that the restrictions imposed in consuming sharks fins and meats are not only there for shark conservation, but also to protect the health of the consumers.
The American Academy of Pediatrics issued a policy statement supporting their members' refusal to treat families who consistently refuse the vaccination of their child.
Scientists have discovered that Zika virus could also cause sensory polyneuropathy in adults.
KFC releases a new SPF30 sunscreen that can protect the skin against UV rays while leaving your body to smell like healthy fried-chicken.
Earlier this year, images surfaced of toxic algal blooms in Florida, caused by pollution dumped in a lake, making people sick, but there are other issues in the Ocean that are damaging our health.
A new study revealed that those living near fracking sites are four times more at risk of having asthma attacks.
A new study revealed that avoiding your favorite food and opting for a more healthy but less appealing foods may be the reason why people on diets have difficulty in losing weight.
The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a federal law that would require the labeling of GMO food. But the bill is not without criticism.
Both short- and long-term exposure to vehicle exhaust, coal burning and dust particles may cause high blood pressure, a major risk factor for coronary heart disease.
Symptoms of glyphosate exposure can begin with skin or eye irritation to vomiting, diarrhea and death if intentionally ingested.