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10/17/17 10:33 AM PST
A new study has found that the active ingredient in magic mushrooms helped to 'reboot' the brains of patients suffering from depression.
10/13/17 10:49 AM PST
At least 561 people have been infected with the plague in Madagascar, drawing a response from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and World Health Organization.
10/12/17 3:27 PM PST
A new study by Imperial College London and the World Health Organization has found that cases of child obesity worldwide are 10 times higher now than they were 40 years ago.
10/10/17 3:47 PM PST
Under a new law that takes effect Jan. 1, Knowingly exposing another person to HIV will no longer be considered a felony in California.
10/06/17 2:16 PM PST
Michigan mother goes to jail after failing honor a legal agreement to vaccinate her child.
10/05/17 11:48 AM PST
A study, published Oct. 2 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, found people who skip breakfast double their risk of developing hardened arteries.
09/29/17 2:54 PM PST
Canadian model Catt Gallinger, 24, was left partially blind in one eye after a botched eye tattoo; on Sept. 28, Gallinger wrote on Facebook that she plans to have surgery to remove the excess ink.
09/28/17 2:58 PM PST
A study by the World Health Organization has found that 45 percent of all abortions between 2010 and 2014 were conducted unsafely.
09/28/17 11:53 AM PST
An English man goes to the doctor with cancer-like symptoms, discovers lost childhood toy
09/26/17 9:36 AM PST
Scientists are warning of the spread of a drug-resisting 'super malaria' in southeast Asia.
09/22/17 10:22 AM PST
New research out of the University of Kansas suggests the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, has resulted in fewer births and more infant deaths.
09/22/17 9:55 AM PST
On Sept. 21, doctors at Boston University School of Medicine concluded that ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez had stage 3 chronic traumatic encephalopathy, commonly called CTE.