Reptiles like turtles, lizards, and snakes, and amphibians like frogs can have Salmonella on their bodies, even when they are otherwise healthy and clean.
A panel of nutritional scientists has concluded that if there is a risk of developing hearts disease, cancer and early death from eating meat, the risk is small.
The Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA) program, part of the Office of the Insurance Commissioner, can help with choices you may need to make.
Over-the-counter hormonal birth control is common in other countries but is not available in the U.S.
The United States saw a 14% rise in the rate of gun-related deaths of all kinds from 2015 to 2017 compared with the rate seen between the years of 1999 to 2014.
The backlash from vapers and vape shop owners argue their small businesses and their rights to what some see as a smoking cessation tool are being trampled.
The University Kansas School of Medicine-Salina opened in 2011 to produce the rural doctors. Now, 8 years later, the school’s first graduates are choosing where to practice. Those choices are cause for hope and despair.
The emergency rule bans the sale of flavored vapor products or any products that will be used to create a flavored vapor product.
Not all research is good. Not all headlines reflect what a study found. So how can you tell if a story about news about medical research is bogus or legit?
Most mothers-to-be in the US – 65% – have not been vaccinated against the flu and whooping cough, putting their and their infants’ health at risk, CDC reports.
Rates of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis have all been rising over the past several years.
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death among U.S. adults and the second leading cause among teens. The majority of suicides are completed using a firearm.
Since the end of July, Public Health – Seattle & King County has confirmed 6 new cases, bringing the total number hepatitis A cases in King County to 24.
Patient “brokers” can make initial commissions of as much as $2,000 for each patient they recruit for for-profit opioid treatment programs.
Obria, a Christian medical chain, which was awarded $1.7 million in federal family planning funds, does not offer hormonal birth control or condoms; instead, it urges restraint.