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In a Facebook post, Cheryl Bennett Wiygul described how her dad went from swimming in the ocean to the ICU in a matter of 48 hours.
Some urinary tract infections are becoming antibiotic-resistant, making them potentially deadly even for healthy people
E. coli bacteria, which is often responsible for causing UTIs, has evolved so it can't be easily killed with antibiotics.
Here’s everything you need to know about CBD, the cannabis compound that’s in everything from coffee to ice cream and could soon be a $16 ...
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is popping up everywhere, fueled in part by a recent change in US law that made some CBD legal.
Eating a lot of added sugar can have an effect on not only your general health but your skin as well.
The deal gives Gilead rights outside Europe to the Belgian biotech company's drugs in development. Galapagos has six treatments in human testing.
Birds poop out flu viruses that could become deadly global pandemics. These scientists swab their butts to protect us from that threat.
Each May, a troupe of flu researchers hustles to the Jersey shore, hoping to gather clues about the next deadly pandemic flu, before it's too late.
Flesh-eating bacteria killed an elderly man two days after he vacationed in Florida. Experts say this will become more common as ocean water warms.
A species of flesh-eating bacteria called Vibrio is gaining a larger foothold in the US as oceans heat up.
A lot of things you wear, do, and expose yourself to every day could be irritating your skin or causing you to develop acne.
In Taiwan, Rwanda, and even North Carolina, being unfaithful can land you in jail or with a hefty fine. Here are 19 cheating laws around the world.
An affair can strain or break a relationship. But in some places, the repercussions can be even more serious.
People are saying Meghan Markle holds baby Archie ‘wrong.’ Here’s how an expert says you should hold a baby.
Until they're about 4 months, babies need their parents to support their heads and necks. A sling can help busy moms carry their babies hands-free.