Nebraska man’s rapid heartbeat stabilizes after ambulance hits pothole: report

Who said potholes are bad? Paramedics near Omaha last Monday were racing to a hospital to save a 59-year-old man whose heart was racing at work, Omaha’s WOWT reported.... Read more »

How an infant’s tumor had fully formed teeth inside

A 4-month-old baby boy was found with a rare brain tumor, but that wasn’t the only unique factor of the situation. Doctors also discovered fully formed teeth inside the... Read more »

Doctors warn against new ‘shell on’ Snapchat challenge

While not as dangerous as the potentially fatal “Tide Pod challenge” which involved eating laundry detergent pods, doctors still advise against eating anything that isn’t food. (iStock) Teens are... Read more »

32 percent of foods labeled ‘gluten-free’ contain gluten: study

Researchers found gluten in 53.2 percent of pizzas marked gluten-free.  (iStock) A newly released study has reportedly found gluten in 32 percent of restaurant foods marked gluten-free. The study,... Read more »

California baby dies from whooping cough, health officials confirm

A baby in California has died after contracting whooping cough, officials said, marking the first such death in Orange County in more than a decade. A news release posted on Thursday by... Read more »

Cancer-causing chemical taints water after California blaze

The drinking water in Paradise, California, where 85 people died last year in the nation’s worst wildfire in a century, is contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical benzene, officials said.... Read more »

Blood pressure medication recall expanded over possible cancer-causing ingredient

The company behind blood pressure medication tablets has expanded a recall for two products after trace amounts of a possible cancer-causing ingredient was detected in the tablets. Torrent Pharmaceuticals... Read more »

LAX travelers warned about possible measles exposure again

Los Angeles, California, USA-December 2017: Airport Sign at the entrance of the security checkpoint in LAX airport with People waiting in line. Travelers who passed through LAX were again... Read more »

Nurse diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer after spitting up blood now cancer-free thanks to innovative technology

A nurse who went to the doctor for symptoms of fatigue in 2013 said she realized it was probably something more than vitamin D deficiency when she started coughing... Read more »

Meat, poultry contaminated by traces of fecal matter, lawsuit against USDA claims

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is being sued by a nonprofit organization of doctors that has claimed the government agency doesn’t properly regulate fecal contamination in meat and... Read more »