Men and women are flooding popular deodorant brand Old Spice’s Facebook page with pictures of skin irritation.
The World Health Organization says Ebola no longer qualifies as an international health emergency.
Every hour, someone in the United States dies from skin cancer. It’s a scary statistic, one that students are trying to lower.
President Obama is expected to announce changes that will address the United States’ growing drug problem
The FDA said this month that it will delay enforcement of menu labeling rules — again — until next year.
Gerber Products Co. says it’s recalling two types of organic baby food.
Federal health officials said couples planning a pregnancy should use contraception if either partner may have been exposed to Zika.
Allergy season is in full swing, and Jackson, Mississippi currently has the highest pollen count in the nation.
The fight against colon cancer is getting an extra boost here in Wichita thanks to the local Colon Cancer Coalition.
Hospital volunteer Don Klussman helps give parents peace of mind when their newborns are in the NICU.
Federal health regulators will bolster warning labels on the most widely used prescription painkillers.
It’s a “super pill” and it’s invading the streets of one Florida county. So far, it’s killed nine people in a matter of weeks.
A growing number of states are weighing whether to legalize marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder.
Blue Cross-Blue Shield health insurer Anthem is suing pharmacy benefits manager Express Scripts over prescription drug prices.
Federal health officials are moving to ban most surgical gloves made with powder.