Flint, Michigan, Declares State Of Emergency Over Lead In Water

Tests have found alarming amounts of lead in children since the city switched its water source last year in an effort to cut costs.

 | Melissa Prax

Teens And Young Adults Are Drinking And Driving Less

A study from the CDC says drinking and driving rates for young people are drastically lower than they were a little over a decade ago.

 | Samantha Crook

350 Infants Possibly Exposed To Tuberculosis At California Hospital

Officials at a Bay Area hospital are offering antibiotic treatments to hundreds of infants and mothers after a nurse was diagnosed with tuberculosis.

 | Samantha Crook

Why You Might Want To Ignore That Sell-By Date

The world throws away billions of dollars worth of food, but much of that is safe to eat.

 | Melissa Prax

The US Infant Mortality Rate Is Embarrassing, But It's Getting Better

More than 50 countries have a better infant survival rate than the U.S.

 | Kate Grumke

Dogs Are Likely More Self-Aware Than You'd Think, New Study Says

A researcher found an interesting way to show dogs likely have concepts of "self" and "others."

 | Ryan Biek

E-Cigarette Chemical Linked To 'Popcorn Lung'

A harmful chemical flavoring found in e-cigarettes might be linked to a condition known as "popcorn lung."

 | Katie Link

Is It Getting Worse To Be A Doctor?

Studies seem to indicate that doctors are "burning out" more frequently and that more than half of U.S. physicians experience it at some point.

 | Sebastian Martinez

Hawaii's Dengue Fever Outbreak Spreading In Time For Tourism Season

After confirming 139 cases of dengue fever, Hawaii's Department of Health is now warning residents and tourists to be aware.

 | Katie Link

Even A Surprisingly Small Amount Of Running Can Improve Your Health

Here's some good news for people who care about their health but don't enjoy running.

 | Ben Lawson

There May Soon Be A Better Way To Treat Chronic Pain

A researcher may have found the key to eliminating chronic pain by studying people who've never felt it.

 | Steven Sparkman

Salmonella Outbreak Linked Back To Nut Butter Spreads

JEM Raw Chocolate has issued a recall on all of its nut butter spreads after 11 people in nine states fell ill with salmonella bacteria.

 | Grant Suneson

IHOP And Applebee's Cut Soft Drinks From Their Kids Menus

McDonald's, Burger King and Dairy Queen have already cut sodas from their kids meals, and now IHOP and Applebee's are following suit.

 | Christine Slusser

Prudential Is Offering Life Insurance To HIV-Positive People

One of the largest insurers in the country is offering traditional life insurance to people who are HIV positive. It could influence other providers.

 | Samantha Crook

Starbucks Recalls Holiday Paninis After E. Coli Scare

As the latest company affected by a potential bacterial contamination, Starbucks' recall affects over 1,300 of its locations.

 | Ryan Biek

You Probably Won't Get An Infection From A Hair Tie

The story of a woman's medical scare caused by a hair tie around her wrist has gone viral. But what are the chances it could happen to you?

 | Katie Link

How Hazardous Are These Household Items?

The cookware, fragrances and nail polish you use might be harmful to your health, but how dangerous are they really?

 | Ben Lawson

Science Shows Just How Unsanitary Double Dipping Is

Researchers found if you dip your food in sauce after you've taken a bite, that second dunk can put hundreds of times more bacteria in the bowl.

 | Ryan Biek

Will NYC's Sodium Labels Really Influence What People Order?

New York City restaurant chains will soon display warning signs next to items that contain more than the daily recommended intake of sodium.

 | Katie Link

A Spoonful Of Sugar May Help The Workout Go Down

A spoonful of sugar may help make your workout a bit easier.

 | Eugene Daniels

Despite AIDS Research And Education, Some Myths Still Remain

Researchers have shared more information about HIV and AIDS than ever before, yet some people still believe old myths.

 | Eugene Daniels

'Skunk' Pot May Hinder Brain's Ability To Send And Receive Messages

Researchers in Italy and the U.K. have found high-potency marijuana can affect the corpus callosum, the nerves that connect the halves of the brain.

 | Cliff Judy

This 77-Year-Old CrossFitter Is Tougher Than You'll Ever Be

Although she'd never worked out before, Constance Tillet decided to give CrossFit a try when she was in her mid-70s.

 | Melissa Prax

Prince Harry Reunites With Friend While Opening Children's Center

While opening a center for children affected by HIV and AIDS, Prince Harry reunited with a boy he first met in the country 11 years prior.

 | Christian Bryant

Having A Pet Dog Might Help Prevent Anxiety Disorders In Children

A new study suggests that having a pet dog might lower kids' chances of experiencing childhood anxiety disorders.

 | Ethan Weston

Martin Shkreli Is At It Again, Refuses To Lower Price Of $750 Drug

The Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO promised to lower the drug price after hiking it up when his company acquired it. But it seems that isn't happening.

 | Melissa Prax

How Gut Bacteria Let Us Know When To Stop Eating

How do we know we're full? Scientists are still trying to answer this question, but it could have something to do with the bacteria in your gut.

 | Samantha Crook

Costco Chicken Salad Linked To E. Coli Outbreak In 7 States

Costco's rotisserie chicken salad is the likely cause of an E. coli outbreak in seven states, according to the CDC.

 | Melissa Prax

Studies Say Breastfeeding Benefits Moms, Too

Breastfeeding can help reduce the risk of an aggressive type of breast cancer and also cut diabetes risk, according to two new studies.

 | Lexie Hammesfahr

Is Yoga A Peaceful Practice Or Product Of Cultural Genocide?

A Canadian college canceled yoga classes citing concerns about the practice's troublesome roots.

 | Katie Link