"We've heard story after story, I mean all these athletes dropping dead on the field," Sen. Ron Johnson said. His office offered no specifics to back up his claim Thursday.
COVID-19 is also creating problems with our teeth. That’s what dentists say after treating patients who are under stress and taking it out on their teeth.
Binge drinking is defined as four or more drinks on one occasion for women and five or more for men.
As the free N95 masks begin to become available in parts of the U.S., here's what you need to know about getting one.
Rapid COVID-19 tests eventually expire. Here's a crash course on what is meant by expiration for these tests and how to make sure yours is still OK.
Pandemics, epidemics and outbreaks have plagued humans throughout history. Just in the past century, we’ve survived a few. How did those end? …
Sometimes a call to your doctor's office may be all you need to appeal a denial of coverage from your health insurer.
Several scholars weigh in with tips on how to support college students’ emotional well-being during the pandemic.
The currently sold out tan-colored masks are not actually edible. There's a large warning on the packaging that says "do not eat bologna masks."
People who use e-cigarettes and test positive for COVID-19 have a higher frequency of experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, research has found.
The Postal Service, already strained from omicron absences, says it's prepared to deliver. Here's the latest on getting your free COVID-19 test kits.
Sugar gets a bad rap, but exactly which sugar is meant? Nutrient-dense sweet ripe fruits are a far cry from refined table sugar.
Snow shoveling can be a rigorous aerobic activity that significantly stresses the back. Here are a few tips and techniques to avoid serious injury.
Children fed diets high in added sugars are more likely than kids with lower sugar intakes to have many negative health consequences as they develop.
Here are 25 ways to stay warm this winter — with or without indoor heating — that won't break the bank.
Here's a look at how your own health and finances could be affected by changes in the U.S. workplace.
Health officials and experts are increasingly saying it’s time to upgrade your face masks, especially in light of the omicron surge.
There are 145,982 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19 in the U.S. — about twice as many than two weeks ago and more than the previous high in January 2021.
As we enter a new year laden with uncertainty, our mental health and sense of well-being are tested again. Here are insights to help you tackle 2022.