A New York resident has developed a bacterial infection after drinking raw milk that likely came from a farm in Pennsylvania, the New York Department of Health announced this week.
Do you wash an avocado before eating it? According to a recent U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) report, you should, as the skin of the fruit could contain trace amounts of Listeria monocytogenes.
You don’t need to hang the mistletoe higher but you might want to skip the holiday cookies.
It’s time to get your holiday shopping finished.
It may look tempting, but that sparkly glitter on top of a freshly baked cupcake, cookie or other tasty treats may not be safe to eat.
When the temperature dips below freezing and the ground becomes a sheet of ice, the bitter cold wind drives many athletes and weekend warriors indoors.
Makeup, toothpaste, and soap: What do these everyday personal care items have in common? According to a recent study, certain chemicals found in them could contribute to girls hitting puberty earlier.
It’s every college’s worst nightmare: mold.
Our internal body clock doesn’t necessarily follow the clock on our wall. And, for some people, that can lead to weight gain.
On weekday mornings, two healthy activities – exercise and sleep – compete with each other for time, researchers say.