Over 31,000 pounds of Bell & Evans Gluten Free Breaded Chicken was recalled by Murry's Inc. of Lebanon, Pa., for potential risk of Staphylococcal Enterotoxin.
A new colon cancer screening kit called Cologuard can now be used at home, starting Monday at the Mayo Clinic.
Recent findings published in the journal Diabetes Care reveal that daughters of women with mother's who've dealt with gestational diabetes during pregnancy are more likely to be obese later in childhood.
When it comes to tropical deforestation, global consumption may be largely to blame. Scientists have found that more than a third of recent deforestation can be tied to the production of beef, soy, palm oil and timber.
What exactly do Americans fear most? That's a good question. Scientists have created the first comprehensive nationwide study to find out what strikes the most fear into the hearts of Americans.
The Ebola scare has sent a nurse who recently worked with patients suffering from the illness under quarantine. After she arrived in Newark on Friday, a new order set by governors of New York and New Jersey has required that she stay in quarantine for at least 21 days in accordance with the recently...
The Rome Packing Co. of East Providence, RI, has recently issued a voluntary recall of their Ocean's Catch brand, including All Natural Jonah Crab Leg Meat following a routine product sampling by the company that showed portions of the product had been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
Recent findings published in the Journal of Pediatrics reveal that a certain hormone found in infants stomachs can help provide a potential marker for testing of a rare form of insulin issues, that can result in death.
Recent findings published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine reveals that extreme fitness commonly seen in athletes can sometimes be unexpectedly deadly.
Recent findings published in the International Journal of Cardiology reveal that cutting off blood supply before undergoing surgery can help to protect heart patients undergoing an operation.
Recent findings published in the journal Diabetes reveal that the number of cases of type 1 diabetes diagnosed in non-Hispanic white children and adolescents has dramatically increased in the last several years.
Those who have dealt with kidney stones may also be at an increased risk of bone fractures. Researchers found a potential link between urolithiasis, otherwise known as a formation of kidney, urinary or bladder stones, and an increased risk of the aforementioned problem.