CDC is advising consumers, restaurants, and retailers not to eat, serve, or sell any romaine lettuce as it investigates E. coli infections linked to romaine.
“I would never recommend a dietary supplement to a patient, and I would never take one myself,” says one prominent cardiologist.
A few states have banned them, others limit them. But to some healthy consumers, short-term plans are a low-cost alternative to more comprehensive coverage.
The health benefits of exercise have been proven over and over again. If it was a pill, exercise would be a trillion-dollar money-maker prescribed to everyone.
An ongoing outbreak of salmonella poisoning linked to the Turkey means food safety at home is more critical than ever this Thanksgiving.
Hospitals are using dramatic TV spots to attract lucrative patients into their hospitals as health care costs and industry competition escalate.
Not only can drugs interact with each other, they can also interact with food and drink, as well as popular herbal remedies.
Instead of banning sugary-flavored e-cigarettes, the FDA proposes to limit sales to areas in convenience stores and other retail outlets that require an ID.
The former first lady’s disclosure that she had a miscarriage has sparked conversations about this common but also commonly misunderstood loss.
Acute flaccid myelitis, a polio-like disease that has struck 414 people — mostly young children — across comes when the public health system is overstretched.