Some of these drinks are heavy on the sugars and sodium — and low on veggies.
The U.S. Office of Special Counsel is reviewing whether Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt retaliated against staffers who questioned his spending and management decisions.
The unusual flash from a galaxy 200 million light-years away grew much brighter much faster than the standard exploding star.
Women tend to overestimate both their risk of cancer and the potential of dying of cancer.
The emails show that Steven Hart and his wife lobbied the EPA to hire a recent college graduate.
After retirement, isolation and boredom can be a problem. Men’s Sheds teaches skills and provides community.
It’s a gripping scenario and a reminder that we need to be prepared.
Los Angeles has passed a law requiring guidelines similar to those for tobacco.
There are withdrawal symptoms such as chills, nausea and cravings and psychological dependence.
Reports had suggested “mass jumping” after game-winning goal was the reason, but experts say no way.
Their annual flight, across the Sahara, is now the longest known butterfly migration route.
SETI Institute radio show and podcast looks at everything, not just the search for extraterrestrial life.
Many doctors know nothing about the disorder that made this woman so sick.
Going public is scary, but I want to encourage people to open and get the help they need.
While 13.9 percent of adults still smoke, that’s down from nearly 41.9 percent in 1965.
Approval of the medication, intended for childhood epilepsy, could lead to reclassification of cannabidiol, or CBD.
The airline says employees have been bitten by pit bulls recently. Critics say dogs must be judged as individuals.
A Russian woman took selfies showing a parasitic worm migrating beneath her face.
There's a rich tradition of studying dinosaur waste, and the original “Jurassic Park” does it justice.
Advocates in Texas say immigrant families, nervous about a higher degree of scrutiny in applications for health and food benefits, are choosing to drop out of Medicaid and SNAP for citizen children.
A small group of insurers offers some members with serious illnesses medically tailored meals to improve their health.
In this episode of KHN’s “What the Health?” Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News, Joanne Kenen of Politico and Margot Sanger-Katz of The New York Times report from the Spotlight Health portion of the annual Aspen Ideas Festival in Colorado. They’re joined by Democratic Govs. John Hickenlooper of Colorado and Steve Bullock of Montana.
As the opioid epidemic rages, a Johns Hopkins surgeon and researcher is leading an effort to curb overprescribing by offering procedure-specific guidelines to ensure that post-surgical patients leave the hospital with enough, but not too much, pain medication.