The use of opioids (synthetic heroin) and pure heroin has been on the rise in the United States over the past 15 years. Most notably, the New England area and New York state have experienced an unprecedented increase in such drug use.
In light of the National Basketball Association (NBA) Finals as well as the FIFA World Cup, researchers at INSEAD (The Business School of the World) decided to find out whether or not more talent is essential in a team’s winning efforts.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention document the rates of the country’s health habits whenever they can gather sufficient data. This week, the agency’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly report examined smokeless tobacco use.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects about 7.7 million adults in the United States. New researcher conducted by Emory University found that a common hypertension treatment might be able to help PTSD patients in need.
The San Jose City Council approved stringent new regulations for medical marijuana dispensaries throughout the city. Many pot clubs and dispensaries will be forced to close and find a new location as a result.
Sinonasal sarcoma (SNS) is a rare malignant tumor that forms in your nasal structures and it primarily affects women. This new form of cancer could pose surgery problems because it can spread throughout the entire face if not detected early.
Now that marijuana is legalized for recreational use in Colorado and Washington – two great golfing venues in the United States – marijuana use on the golf course could become more frequent, and some golfers might benefit as a result.
Longtime speculation errs on the side of caution regarding the use of cell phones. A new study suggests that a male’s sperm number and mobility is negatively affected when one’s mobile phone is kept in their pocket.
For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration is recommending that pregnant and breastfeeding women and young children should consume two to three servings of fish per week to provide important health benefits.
Researchers from Imperial College London discovered a way to genetically modify mosquitoes to produce sperm that only creates male mosquitoes, and they believe this is a step toward fighting and eliminating malaria.
About a month ago, Jimmy Kimmel started a big Internet conversation over gluten-free people, what it means to be gluten-free, and what gluten’s detrimental effects are. The unearthing of fraudulent “gluten-free” people has upset those with Celiac disease.
Each year the federal government shoots, traps, poisons, or snares various animals that are overpopulated, pose a threat to other wildlife, or pose a threat to the human population. In 2013, the USDA Wildlife Services killed over 4 million animals.