Frequent use of cannabis in young adults was linked to an increased risk of stroke, and people diagnosed with cannabis use disorder were found to be more likely to being hospitalized for arrhythmia (heart rhythm disturbances), according to two new studies that were presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2019.
Kraft Heinz Foods Company is voluntarily recalling certain lots of Breakstone's Cottage Cheese because of the possible presence of pieces of red plastic and metal.
A study looking into how zero gravity can affect blood flow in the body showed astronauts staying onboard the International Space Station for long periods of time can face health risks.
The findings of a large study suggest thousands of costly stent procedures and bypass operations each year are unnecessary or premature for people with stable disease.
As the winter ushers in frigid temperatures, police are reminding parents of the hazards associated with bulky coats and children riding in car seats.
Mailing free home HIV tests to high-risk men offers a potentially better strategy for detecting infections than usual care, according to a U.S. government study that resulted in many more infections found — including among friends with whom recipients shared extra kits.
California is suing the nation’s biggest e-cigarette maker, alleging Juul Labs deliberately targeted teenagers with its early marketing campaigns.
After a heart attack or stroke, dog really is man's best friend.
A 55-year-old man in China has become the country’s third case of plague in recent weeks.
The family of a man who died of a broken neck after a chiropractic treatment wants the chiropractor charged in criminal court.
According to a new report, the key to preventing heart failure may be fasting.
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People with severe but stable heart disease from clogged arteries may have less chest pain if they get a procedure to improve blood flow rather than just giving medicines a chance to help, but it won't cut their risk of having a heart attack or dying over the following few years, a big federally funded study found.
For the next three weeks, the Brooklyn Museum is showcasing artwork by artists living with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities.
A child born today will experience a world more than four degrees warmer than the pre-industrial average, and it will affect every stage of their life in profound and troubling ways.
If you had asked Michelle Poler 10 years ago if she’d ever try skydiving, the answer would likely have been no. But when she moved to New York in 2014 from Venezuela, Poler jump-started a movement that not only empowered herself, but thousands of others to step outside of their comfort zones.
Motivational speaker Michelle Poler decided to face her fears and tackle 100 different challenges that scared her the most, titling her project "100 Days Without Fear." She sits down with FOX 5 NY to discuss her experience and how we can all learn to live a braver life.
In the aftermath of 42 deaths nationwide from vaping-related lung illnesses, Apple has decided to remove all 181 vaping-related apps from its mobile App Store as of Friday morning.
A new study from the American Heart Association has linked eating later in the day to weight gain and poor heart health for women.
A Massachusetts school district has voted to provide free birth control products and emergency contraception to students who ask to battle a high teen pregnancy rate and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.