Lots of studies have found links between e-cigarette use and tobacco addiction, but some warn that those links aren't all that strong.
The FDA has approved a new leukemia treatment that scientists hope could be a breakthrough in the fight against cancer.
The FDA announced plans to lower the amount of nicotine in cigarettes to nonaddictive levels.
Direct-to-consumer genetic tests are a popular way to determine a person's ancestry and medical history. But how good are the results?
When it comes to medical experiments, some researchers prefer to test men over women.
Would you want a vending machine to judge you?
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The Drug Enforcement Administration is pausing its kratom ban partially because the internet got really mad about it.
The FDA is considering a change to its policy that defers men from donating blood if they've had sex with another man in the past 12 months.
Federal health officials are starting to put pressure on food manufacturers and restaurants in an effort to keep you healthy.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved Probuphine, a treatment implanted in the arm to curb cravings for opioids.
In 2018, packaged foods will have a new nutrition label so you can make healthier choices.