America is experiencing a historic mental health crisis. Some sufferers require hospitalization for their condition.
Planned Parenthood has reversed course on its long-held position that fetal heartbeats aren't "real."
Research shows the average American gains three to five pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. Although many people plan to lose that extra weight in the new year, too often that doesn't happen. That means after many years, a few extra pounds over the holidays adds up to what can be a serious weight problem, leading to a number of health issues including diabetes, cancer, and heart disease.
Although Jewish-Americans make up less than three percent of the U.S. population, the FBI reports they are the targets of 60 percent of all hate crimes. Since the October 7th massacre, antisemitic incidents have seen an alarming spike in the U.S., leaving many Jewish-Americans with psychological scars.
U.S. health officials are warning consumers to avoid eating some whole and pre-cut cantaloupes linked to an outbreak of salmonella poisoning.
Chazley Williams, a member of Regent's 2022 graduating class, recently credited her Regent University professor for saving her life, literally.
A 14-year-old Virginia student has been named the "America's Top Young Scientist" for developing a bar of soap designed to treat skin cancer.
As headlines of the terror attacks on October 7th in Israel continue to flood the news, these and other reports of innocent people suffering can evoke feelings of emotional anguish that can be difficult to process. Mental health experts say while it's not unusual to feel traumatized while learning about the events unfolding in the Middle East and elsewhere, it doesn't have to stay that way.
U.S. health regulators are warning consumers not to use more than two dozen varieties of over-the-counter eyedrops because of the risk of infections that could lead to blindness.
A Texas doctor who has spent years researching the effects of marijuana is sounding the alarm about culture’s mainstreaming of the drug, warning its effects are anything but benign.