Flavored beverages served by Starbucks and the likes can contain as much as 25 teaspoons of sugar per serving, as per a report by British Campaign Group Action on Sugar.
The World Meteorological Organization explains that El Niño has hit its peak and will fade out later this year.
Philanthropist Paul Allen announced that he would be donating $2 million in grants to help fight the Zika virus.
An injured American soldier will be the first patient in the U.S. to get a penis transplant.
Younger women are seen resisting the anti-smoking trend, revealed latest official figures. While the trend of men who smoke has hit an all time low, for the women, the fall in the smoking trend for women seems to have halted.
According to a new study published in British Journal of Nutrition, researchers analyzed organic meat and dairy and revealed that it contained a staggering 50% more omega-3 fatty acids.
Surgery and stents can equally lower a patient's risk of stroke, a new study found.
Runkeeper, the last independent health and fitness app, has also been acquired by the Japanese sports equipment company and footwear firm, Asics
Tanya, 25, a woman from St Petersburg in Russia suffered years of isolation, bullying and depression due to her body weight, 17 stones. She said she had no friends growing up and was alone most of the time
Attention Deficit problems have been at an all time rise. However, the good news is, this condition starts to improve if their first treatment revolves around behavioral conditioning such as basic social skills
Older cancer patients are more likely to have complications from surgery than younger cancer patients are, a new study is reporting.
A new analysis is claiming that the FDA most likely underestimated the number of fetal deaths from Bayer's Essure.
A British Charity Group is calling out Starbucks for putting too much sugar in its hot drinks.
The World Health Organization (WHO) revealed that $56 million is needed to help combat the Zika virus until June.
A newly developed 3D bioprinting technology by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center scientists makes printing of human body parts available.