For the third year in a row, strawberries top the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) Dirty Dozen list of fruits and vegetables with the highest levels of pesticide residues.
Two commonly used medications to lower blood pressure may instead be doing the exact opposite by increasing blood pressure and leading to death, according to new research.
Common pills that people take regularly for a variety of maladies could be fueling antibiotic resistance by changing the bacteria in the gut.
A questionable study concluded antidepressants work and doctors should prescribe them to millions more patients. Should this research put to rest the debate over the medications’ efficacy and safety?
Last week, the opioid epidemic seemingly reached new heights as five doctors in New York City were charged for accepting bribes from a pharmaceutical company.
The FDA has advised health care providers to be cautious in prescribing the antibiotic clarithromycin to cardiovascular disease patients.
In a new study, scientists compared the exact heart attack and stroke risk associated with common pain relievers to determine if some posed a greater danger than others.
A new study found 93 percent of the checkout counter receipts tested contained bisphenol A (BPA) or the related chemical bisphenol S (BPS).
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have recently been grabbing headlines, with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) continuing to reverse bans on one genetically engineered crop after another.
Many people with the flu have reached for Tamiflu; however, reports of serious neuropsychiatric side effects, such as hallucinations, are raising concerns about its safety.