Three people in Volusia county were diagnosed with the rare illness, which is also known as...
Nestle Purina, the maker of Beneful, denies the claims in the lawsuit and says similar class-...
"GMA" contributor Becky Worley went undercover to see how clean free makeup testers really are.
Could misuse of the popular beauty treatment have impact on your health?
A new study by JAMA Internal Medicine reveals women going through menopause may have symptoms that last over a decade.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., explains what he was trying to convey recently when he was quoted as saying "I've heard of many tragic cases of walking, talking, normal children who wound up with profound mental disorders after vaccines."
Rhett Krawitt made a plea to keep unvaccinated kids out of schools, as California considers state legislation to abolish personal-belief exemptions.
The hacking attack that claimed information on 80 million Anthem customers is raising concerns on health companies' security preparedness.
There are new questions about whether Anthem Insurance did enough to protect customers' date from cyber thieves. Chinese hackers may be behind the company's massive security breach that will affect tens of millions.
Researchers at Harvard found that young women who received the vaccine did not engage in more, and riskier, sex.
With a growing understanding of the human genome, doctors may be able to identify diseases earlier. J. Craig Venter talks about using DNA to determine genetic predispositions.
An investigation by the New York State Attorney General's office alleges some store brands failed ingredient tests.
Scientists at Duke University say they’ve created the first lab-grown human skeletal muscles that contract in response to electrical and other stimuli.
Researchers say that common household chemicals found in cosmetics and plastics could accelerate menopause in women by up to four years.
Illinois health officials are looking into whether a case of measles can be traced to Disneyland. So far, at least 88 people in eight states have been infected.
State officials are working to stem the spread of a measles outbreak that began in California. Vanderbilt University’s Dr. William Schaffner discusses ways to protect your health.