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.
Research shows extra virgin olive oil is linked to various health benefits, but according to a consumer watchdog group review, the “extra virgin” label can’t always be trusted.
Antibiotics are so commonly used to treat infections that it’s hard to imagine that someday they may not work for you. But as the threat of antibiotic resistance grows, this could become a very real possibility.
A new Harvard study has found that people who swish twice or more daily have a “significantly” higher likelihood of developing prediabetes and diabetes than those who swish less frequently.
‘Tis the season to bake cookies, but the FDA and CDC recently warned against eating the raw cookie dough.
In addition to the tragic impact on human lives, opioid addiction places a social and economic strain on the nation. As researchers struggle to find solutions, some are looking at ways to better control the prescribing process.
It's important to know that the organic eggs from your grocery store raise some serious questions, both in terms of treatment of the hen, and the quality of the egg itself.
Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide may not be classified as a known carcinogen, yet, but there are plenty of causes for concern regarding its widespread use.
Did you know that many of the products we use to clean our homes are full of toxins? Here are some common household chemicals, as well as safe, natural alternatives.
A new report has found that 75 percent of the world’s honey is contaminated with a certain type of pesticide.