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E-cigarette use among middle and high school students tripled in 2014 while cigarette use fell to record lows, health officials reported Thursday.
The Amsterdam, New York, company said some of its baby food products may be contaminated with small pieces of glass.
Researchers said on Wednesday they have settled the issue of what occurs inside knuckles to trigger the familiar popping sound.
The researchers used a government database to study 949 data breaches.
"Flakka," a designer drug luring some Americans, is even more potent and more addictive than its long list of synthetic predecessors, experts say.
What Berlin school teacher Annegret Raunigk is doing yet again at age 65 "irresponsible," asserts a leading bioethicist.
Mikaela Jane Davidson was born at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital less than three months after her father Dr. Michael Davidson was shot there.
Two former egg executives were sentenced to three months in jail Monday for their roles in a 2010 salmonella outbreak that sickened thousands.
A new milk brand arrives soon at California stores as its makers contend one protein may cause people's dairy-induced tummy troubles.
A speed-like chemical few people had ever heard of made news this week when Harvard scientists detected it in 11 products What is it? Why is it bad?
The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Monday confirmed the first case of a lethal strain of bird flu in a commercial chicken flock in Wisconsin.
Only 14 percent of boys are fully vaccinated against HPV in U.S., despite males being at increased risk of head and neck cancers, compared to women.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry signs an agreement at the State Department to help create a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Africa.
A Maryland couple previously found responsible for "unsubstantiated child neglect" in March are under investigation again.
Military children may be missing out on important childhood vaccines, researchers reported on Monday.
Pregnant refugee women living in informal tent settlements are among the most vulnerable of Syrians who have found shelter in Jordan.
Ashton Keefe, author of "Lemon & Salt: A Modern Girl's Guide to Culinary Revelry," shares some easy-to-prepare meals using farmer's market finds.