Johnson & Johnson is recalling a single lot of its baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of asbestos in one bottle bought online.
Despite Thursday’s warmer temperature, it is inevitable – winter is coming.
Two major retailers say they will no longer sell e-cigarettes in the U.S. amid mounting health questions surrounding vaping.
It’s being called a health crisis and an epidemic. Hundreds of people across the country getting sick after vaping, some even dying.
Recent research shows American diets are a little better when it comes to carbohydrate intake, but still trend toward the high side. The study from JAMA showed that carb intake fell by about three percent, but still accounts for 42% of daily calories.
Experts say the recent clampdown on electronic cigarettes could have unintended consequences, including pushing adult users back to traditional cigarettes.
One in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and health officials said getting a yearly mammogram could save a life.
A former Wisconsin governor stopped in Onalaska, talking about something affecting almost six million Americans, Alzheimer’s disease.
The changing of the weather means that flu season is quickly approaching.
CVS Pharmacy is pulling a heartburn drug off the shelves over cancer concerns.
Fall can be a great time for family gatherings but not for all. An estimated 15 million people deal with social anxiety in the United States.
The Ho Chunk Nation is addressing an ongoing drug problem.