They’re still trapped 2,300 feet below ground, but 33 Chilean miners got a nice, hot meal yesterday.
On Tuesday night’s Late Show with David Letterman the actor revealed to the world the severity of his battle with the disease.
In a case of political déjà vu, the country is once again taking legal action to stop its tobacco troubles.
The stethoscope is a staple in any child’s dress-up box and the one piece of equipment that says, “trust me, I’m a doctor” more than any other. But all this could be changing with the introduction of an iPhone app.
After a massive recall due to salmonella, the egg industry has chosen its PR strategy — it’s blaming its own customers.
Bad in bed? A new Chinese study suggests your smoking habit may be to blame.
Because we really needed a reason to drink that wine, right?
That’s what the latest analysis of national health data on adolescents shows. And the reason may not be the ubiquitous earphones that snake from nearly every teen’s ears during most hours of the day. Head over to TIME.com for details.
Got a few green splotches on an otherwise-fine loaf of bread? No worries — just cut them off and you’re good to go, right? Wrong! According to science, that practice is not exactly a healthy one.
China’s Health Ministry has ordered an investigation into claims that powdered baby milk caused girls — as young as four months old — to grow breasts.
Is a trip to the beach in your weekend plans? Two recent studies suggest that illness-causing bacteria could be hiding in the water.
Ever felt unwell while at a museum? There actually may be a medical explanation for it.