Ozempic and other weight-loss drugs are booming in popularity. Here’s what to know about them and what Americans are saying.
Food allergy drug Xolair (omalizumab) was approved by the FDA, potentially lessening the severity of reactions to foods like peanuts, milk, eggs, wheat, and cashews.
Mike Szanka is still alive today thanks to the heroic, quick actions of five Mahwah police officers.
How can parents and schools prevent children from contracting norovirus, also known as the stomach bug?
Cases of the highly contagious norovirus, also known as the stomach bug, are rising across the Northeast, according to the CDC. How does norovirus spread? And how do you get norovirus?
A U.S. study found that women only need about half the exercise as men to get the same benefits, and that variations in our “anatomy and physiology” likely account for the differences.
Harmony Mullins, a baby from Kentucky diagnosed with a rare peroxisomal disorder, defied odds by celebrating her first birthday in February.
A recent Stanford University study examined the impact of virtual reality (VR) on seniors' well-being, aiming to integrate VR into senior communities for health benefits and dementia management.
Cushing syndrome is a medical condition that can develop when the body has too much cortisol.
The Lifetime documentary “Where is Wendy Williams?" will air this weekend.
The FDA says using these devices can result in inaccurate measurements of blood glucose levels.
Omar was the only survivor but lost his arm and suffered severe burns to his leg and throughout his body.
Former talk show host and radio personality Wendy Williams was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia and aphasia, according to a spokesperson.
The number of New Yorkers living in poverty increased by nearly half a million people -- including one in four children, according to a recent report.
Frozen embryos created during fertility treatments can be considered children under Alabama state law, the state’s Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Long COVID is the all-encompassing term for a wide range of symptoms that can last weeks, months and even years after a COVID-19 infection.
Social media use may be causing ‘popcorn brain.’ Here’s what you need to know.
Forecast models continue to show above-normal temperatures continuing through early March and likely beyond for a large part of the Lower 48.
Current FDA policy allows baby food manufacturers to choose whether or not to test their products for toxic metals and other contaminants.
The chlormequat study, conducted by the Environmental Working Group, also detected the little-known pesticide in four out of five Americans tested.