Half Of Tobacco, Vape Shops Don't ID Teens, Undercover Research FindsAn undercover operation in California found that half of tobacco and vape shops failed to check IDs for teens purchasing e-cigarettes and other nicotine products, despite a state law raising the legal age for purchasing tobacco products to 21.
Could Coffee Help You Lose Weight? New Research Suggests A Fat-Busting EffectDrinking coffee could activate the body's fat-fighting defenses, a discovery that could have potential implications in the battle against obesity and diabetes.
Suicide Rates Among America's Young People Continues To Rise, Study ShowsSuicide rates among young people have continued to soar in recent years -- so much so that the rate among 15- to 24-year-olds climbed in 2017 to its highest point since 2000, new research has found.
Richer Countries Have Less Faith In Vaccines, Study FindsGlobally, about 8 in 10 people (79%) agreed that vaccines are safe, and 9 in 10 worldwide say their children have been vaccinated, but Wellcome said there were pockets where trust in vaccines was of concern.
Flesh-Eating Bacteria In Delaware Bay Becoming More CommonIn the past two years, five cases of Vibrio vulnificus, a flesh-eating bacterial infection spread by handling or eating contaminated seafood, have been tied to Delaware Bay, where water temperatures have been on the rise in recent years, according to a study.
Beyond Meat Will Start Making 'Ground Beef'Beyond Meat is taking a new shape. The alternative meat maker is debuting a plant-based "ground beef," which marbleizes and tenderizes just like the real thing.
More Than 4,600 Cases Of Pillsbury Flour Recalled For Possible E. Coli ContaminationFor the second time in two weeks, flour is being recalled because of E. coli fears.
Jessica Biel Says She's Not Against Vaccinations, Clarifies Previous CommentsActress Jessica Biel is speaking out about her meetings with California lawmakers and anti-vaccination advocate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to discuss a controversial vaccine bill.
Changing Your Meat-Eating Habits Could Mean A Longer Life, Study SuggestsMounting evidence continues to suggest that eating too much red meat -- such as bacon and hot dogs -- is linked with health problems.
You Could Be Swallowing A Credit Card's Weight In Plastic Every WeekGlobally, we are ingesting an average of 5 grams of plastic every week, the equivalent of a credit card, a new study suggests.
FDA Gives Vaping Companies A Clearer Path For Marketing Their ProductsThe US Food and Drug Administration issued its final guidance for e-cigarette makers to submit premarket tobacco product applications, giving these companies a clearer path to seek official authorization to market their products, the agency announced Tuesday.
Kraft Introduces 'Salad Frosting' To Help Trick Your Kids Into Eating More VegetablesInstead of simply asking kids to eat salad dressing -- or pretending the age-old condiment bears the hallmarks of a dessert staple -- Kraft Heinz has introduced "Salad Frosting," with the sweet tooth-invoking word right there on the label.
Sleeping With Lights On, Weight Gain In Women Linked In New StudyKeeping a lot of light on while you snooze -- such as from a television or bright nightlight -- has been linked with an increased risk of weight gain and obesity.
People Are Sick Of Drinking, Investors Bet On The 'Sober Curious'The emergence of sober bars is one of the signals that investor Anu Duggal points to when talking about the trend of not drinking.
Botulism Case Reported In Howard County, Health Officials SayBotulism is a serious illness caused by a toxin that attacks the body's nerves. It can be caused by eating contaminated food or beverages.