A recent report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveals that approximately 4% of US adults aged 65 and older have been diagnosed with


Nearly half a million Starbucks mugs are being recalled following reports of injuries sustained by a dozen individuals. Nestlé, the manufacturer, initiated the recall after the U.S. Consumer


As cases of coronavirus are expected to surge, the federal government is set to distribute free rapid COVID tests to school districts nationwide this winter. Commencing in December, schools


A recent study indicates that cutting just one teaspoon of salt from daily dietary intake can lead to a significant reduction in the top blood pressure reading, comparable to the effect of standard


Tyson Foods, an American meat processor, has initiated a recall of approximately 30,000 pounds (13,608 kilograms) of chicken nuggets after metal fragments were discovered in the product.


Forget the well-known goal of 10,000 daily steps; a more straightforward exercise routine could significantly improve heart health. Research indicates that merely climbing five flights of stairs a

Consuming just two servings of red meat each week may elevate the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, as suggested by a study conducted by Harvard University researchers who examined


Today Mayor Wu announced the launch of the City’s  Healthy and Green Retrofit Pilot Program. This new initiative – led by the Mayor’s Office of Housing with support from


According to healthcare consultants' forecasts, US employers are preparing for the most significant rise in health insurance expenses in ten years next year. However,

The Biden administration has unveiled plans to allocate $600 million in funding for the production of new at-home COVID-19 tests. Additionally, they are reopening a website that allows