There was a time when eating cake batter right off the mixer beaters was a treat for kids of all ages. Unfortunately, it’s no longer a safe bet.
For children of a certain age, a dose of paregoric was practically a miracle cure for the stomach flu, but for the most part, it’s extinct.
If you had the option to remain awake during surgery, would you agree to do so or would you want to be put under until it was over?
People worried about the sugary soda crisis should be happy to hear the news that bottled water sales have now surpassed soda sales.
There are certain things you can expect pastors to condemn, citing Bible verses to justify. But why is obesity not one of them?
If you love sushi, new medical research might prompt some changes in some of what you might order at your favorite restaurant.
A new study suggests a surprising fact about Facebook users: chances are they’ll be around longer than those who avoid the social net like the plague.
An Oregon church is apparently reconsidering its stance that prohibits fat worship team members from leading worship after its rules were leaked online.
I’m sad to have to report that it’s official: enjoying a bit of cake batter while you wait for the cake to come out of the oven is, apparently, out of the question.
What kind of life expectancy could humans one day expect as medicine and technology continue to improve? Doctors think they know.
When it comes to getting enough rest, a majority of people around the world say they feel they don’t. But how much is truly enough?
Presidential candidate’s Hillary Clinton’s health scare during the memorial ceremony illustrates how serious a diagnosis of pneumonia can be.