Early Alzheimer’s disease could be diagnosed through eye exams, new study suggests
Researchers at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles have found the human eye can show early signals of Alzheimer's disease long before symptoms of dementia become apparent, according to a study.
Aaron Sorkin reveals recent stroke diagnosis to inspire smokers to quit: Symptoms to know
After recently experiencing a stroke, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin of "Camelot" and other projects said he quit his longstanding smoking habit, a major risk factor for stroke and heart attack.
Ohio woman pushes past breast cancer, won't let diagnosis slow her down
Doctors agree that exercise during cancer has many benefits. One Ohio woman who ran races throughout her breast cancer treatments credits it with saving her life.
Meat contaminated with E. coli could cause half a million urinary tract infections each year, study finds
Raw meat contaminated with E. coli could be the culprit behind nearly half a million bacterial urinary tract infections (UTIs) in the U.S. each year, a new study found.
Boosting caffeine intake could reduce diabetes risk, study finds
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Eyedrops tainted with drug-resistant bacteria linked to 2 more deaths, additional vision loss cases
More deaths and vision losses have been linked to EzriCare and Delsam Phama’s recalled eyedrops tainted with a bacteria resistant to standard antibiotics.
For peanut allergy prevention, study suggests babies can be fed diluted peanut butter at early age
Introducing diluted peanut butter to babies between 4 and 6 months of age could reduce the rate of peanut allergies in infants, a study suggests, though parents should check with doctors.
DNA from Beethoven's hair reveals new details into his cause of death over a century later: study
A recent study conducted on strands of Ludwig van Beethoven's hair revealed the composer was genetically predisposed to liver disease and was infected with hepatitis B before he died.
Frightening new fungus 'candida auris': What is it? Who is susceptible?
Medical and health care experts in New York weighed in on the rise in cases of the potentially deadly fungus candida auris, which is typically found in hospital settings and long-term care facilities.
Hormonal birth control raises breast cancer risk slightly: study
Hormonal contraceptives slightly raise the users' risk of breast cancer, regardless of whether they're combination or progestogen-only.
Fentanyl is even deadlier when mixed with xylazine (or 'tranq'): What you must know now
Here’s what you need to know about xylazine — also known by its street name “Tranq” — which is increasingly being mixed with fentanyl and other opioids to create a highly deadly drug.
Friends shorten kidney patients' long waits for transplants to mere months by donating organs
Kidney transplant patients described their experiences with organ donation and transplant to Fox News Digital as friends come to the rescue of those in need.
Is Parkinson’s disease, 'world’s fastest growing brain disease,’ mostly preventable? Study offers clues
New research published in the Journal of Parkinson's disease suggests the harmful effects of a colorless chemical, trichloroethylene (TCE), may be linked to Parkinson's; more work is needed.
FDA approves lab-grown 'GOOD Meat' chicken product, second such authorization in US
GOOD Meat's chicken is the second cultivated meat product to receive a "no-questions" letter from the FDA, marking the company's lab-grown chicken product as safe to eat.
Chemicals in water and household objects could reduce chances of pregnancy, live births: new study
A study found that women whose blood plasma contained higher amounts of PFAS (perfluoroalkyl substances) chemicals had as much as a 40% lower chance of pregnancy and live births.
CDC says cases of lethal fungus tripled in recent years
Cases of a deadly fungus, Candida auris, have tripled in the U.S. over the past few years, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Be well: Spring-clean your medicine cabinet to remove expired drugs
Just in time for spring-cleaning season, a pharmacist shares expert tips for the proper disposal of expired or unneeded medications to help ensure a safer home.
Caffeine, the wonder drug? Study suggests more coffee could lower body fat and prevent type 2 diabetes
New research suggests that higher levels of caffeine could help curb body fat and reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, although doctors warn of potential risks.
COVID-19 pandemic expected to end this year 'as a public health emergency,' says World Health Organization
Director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, announced on Friday that he is “confident” the COVID-19 pandemic will end in 2023.
Military pilots and ground crews showing high rates of cancer, Pentagon study reveals
A new study out of the Pentagon found that military pilots have high rates of cancer — and ground crews that fuel, maintain and launch those aircraft also demonstrated signs of sickness as well.
'Dad jokes' help kids develop into healthy adults: study
A recent study published in the British Psychological Society‘s journal suggests that "dad jokes" can help children develop into healthy adults who can cope with awkwardness.
Biohacking revealed: What to know about the hip health trend embraced by Brooke Burke, Tom Brady and others
Here's what you need to know about biohacking, a health and wellness movement that's gaining popularity among celebrities like Brooke Burke, Tom Brady and Jeff Bezos.
Rare tick-borne babesiosis disease on the rise in northeastern US, says CDC: Here's why
The CDC reported that cases of babesiosis, a parasitic disease spread by infected ticks, saw a significant uptick between 2011 and 2019 in some northeastern states.
Older Americans reject more vaccines, opt instead for ‘natural healing,' says report
Many adults 40 and older do not want immunizations, despite their general concerns about virus infections, as revealed in new research published by AARP.
Vaccine-derived poliovirus detected in Burundi, Congo
The detections are significant as they are the first linked with the use of a new vaccine, the novel oral poliomyelitis vaccine type 2, which was developed to reduce this risk.