John Oliver’s extensive take-down of America’s powerful nutritional supplement industry.
Apparently MERS can be transmitted from camels, and there’s good news about possible treatments.
Many think that studies with “obvious” conclusions need not be conducted at all. Here’s why they’re wrong.
While statins may be beneficial in a number of conditions, they are by no means benign drugs that carry no risk.
Recent research confirms that from a health standpoint the benefits of circumcision outweigh the costs.
The jury is still out on whether e-cigarettes are safe, and whether they even help you stop smoking.
Testing on monkeys has prevented the transmission of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
A look at new research on using THC, the principal drug in marijuana, to fight HIV and damage cancer cells.
The number of men who have sex with men having unprotected sex has steadily been increasing from 2005.
George Will fears that gay marriage will cause straight people to turn gay.