The country had been free of the disease since 2014.
“I can’t believe a movie about menstruation just won an Oscar!” Rayka Zehtabchi, director of “Period. End Of Sentence,” said during her acceptance speech.
The state is considering banning licensed therapists from using conversion therapy on queer kids.
“An extreme sport: looking up your symptoms on Google.”
As OxyContin addiction spurred a national nightmare, a member of the family that has reaped billions of dollars from the painkiller boasted that sales exceeded his “fondest dreams.”
The disparity is most pronounced between those aged 12 to 14, according to a Journal of Adolescent Health report.
The 29-year-old actor says he had difficulty trying to feel “delighted all the time.”
Thinking of going low-carb? Maybe think again.
Experts break down perimenopause, which can sometimes start in a person’s late 30s.
Darla Shine, whose husband, Bill Shine, is the White House communications director, made false claims about the virus on Twitter.
It’s better than nothing, but former EPA officials warn the agency is putting “the health of millions of Americans at risk.”
David Sinclair stirred up controversy before when he promoted — and got $8 million — off a “miraculous molecule.”
The four-time Grammy winner vowed to change his outlook after having “starved myself for weeks” before earlier photo shoots.
(Reuters Health) – People who eat a lot of animal protein may be more likely to have excessive fat in their livers and a higher risk of liver disease than individuals whose main source of protein is vegetables, a Dutch study suggests.
(Reuters Health) – It looks like your mother was right: when you’ve got a cold, sleep may be the best medicine.
A Texas military base that the Trump administration has selected to house immigrant kids has been identified as potentially toxic.
The senator said Kavanaugh took a “logical approach” when the Supreme Court justice voted to uphold an anti-abortion law in Louisiana.
Hunters are urged to be on the lookout for symptoms of chronic wasting disease, though they can take years to appear after infection.
Plus, her approach to eating it is actually quite healthy.
Ethan Lindenberger of Ohio said he based his decision on science, not spite.
The agency also announced a crackdown on several supplement makers for improperly selling products that promised to treat Alzheimer’s and cancer.
If anything was a bright red stop sign telling me to cut out spiraling thoughts, this was it.