This health care facility aims to remove GMOs from its menu and implement more organic options, in effect boosting patients' health from the inside out.
For over two decades, Dr. Jim Withers has put his skills as a doctor to good use, treating people in his city who would never usually be able to afford medical attention.
The manly hormone evolved 500 million years ago -- from estrogen.
MERS has come to South Korea in a big way. Cases more than doubled between 4 and 9 June, from 41 to 95, making it the second most infected country after Saudi Arabia, its epicentre.
FDA cigar ban proposal a government regulation too far
"We are trained to misinform," says whistle-blower-turned-activist Gwen Olsen
Rise in consumer awareness forces company to remove potentially cancer-causing ingredients
A new study concludes a processed diet at the age of three to be associated with a lower IQ at the age of eight and a half.
From the basement of a University of California-Berkeley building, Irina Conboy has been fighting back Father Time.
Is this new commercial from Pepsi going too far?
Too often police officers lack knowledge about mental illness. That ignorance can lead to unnecessary violence and harm
Human supercentenarians share at least one thing in common--over 95 percent are women. Scientists have long observed differences between the sexes when it comes to aging, but there is no clear explanation for why females live longer.
bottle-448484_640Thanks to consistent propaganda efforts from big pharma and the corrupt scientific establishment, Homeopathic medicine gets a ton of negative publicity in the mainstream media.
Modern medicine has developed striking ways to treat coronary heart disease, which feature coronary stents implanted percutaneously and coronary artery bypass grafts performed surgically with the aid of a heart-lung machine.
'If you go to a store and buy a can, it is likely to have BPA,' the study's director says. Science linking BPA to harmful effects has been published for years
Remember when products made with glyphosate sported the label "biodegradable" and Monsanto, the company that makes those products, was sued for false advertising fraud in New York in 1996? Guess what? Monsanto LOST and had to remove the "biodeg
Repeated inquiries have gone unanswered and posters censored on the Factor GMO blog regarding the "transparency" of this study.
Lack of clothing leads to a better night's sleep and reduces the risk of skin infections, doctor claims
EARLIER THIS WEEK, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut both announced they are going natural.
When Caron Ryalls was asked to sign consent forms so that her then 13-year-old daughter, Emily, could be vaccinated against cervical cancer, she assumed it was the best way to protect Emily's long-term health.
According to Gallup, America is now fatter than it has ever been before. But how can this possibly be?
Healthcare professionals have learned that weight loss efforts can be much more effective when led by a trusted guide and that person may not be a doctor
Detecting diseases such as cancer could one day be done with a urine test, if a new technique demonstrated in two new studies proves to be safe and effective in people.
It isn't news that regular physical exercise -- the kind that gets your heart rate up and builds up a sweat -- is great for your body.
of the rodents received FULL memory restoration. For an individual to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's, it's more than being frustrated and confused at the forgetting of names, it's to live with a disease that dramatically increases one's risk o
'Virotherapy' uses modified herpes virus to attack melanoma cells and has potential to overcome cancer even when disease has spread throughout the body
A recent eye infection suffered by 18-year-old Nottingham University student Jess Greaney is the kind of story that fills us with horror.
Battle ropes, the thick and heavy ropes that look as if they could tether a ship to shore, have become go-to fitness tools in gyms for people seeking a tough workout that is also engaging and fun.
In a landmark decision the US Senate voted to allow VA doctors to recommend medical marijuana to patients living in states where it's been legalized.
Human milk counters impact of airborne pollutants