A number of popular breakfast foods, including cereals, granola bars and instant oats, were tested and found to contain potentially dangerous amounts of cancer-linked glyphosate, the main ingredient in
These sleek $250 earbuds can translate languages in real time — and it's like something out of 'Star Trek'
The company's first product, the Pilot translating earpiece, started as an Indiegogo campaign in 2016. Now, the Brooklyn-based startup says it has sold 27,000 units and has begun shipping to its early
Not so pearly whites: the unexpected causes of tooth decay, from fruit tea to brushing after breakfast
Fruit tea has become incredibly popular over the past few years, with sales increasing as more traditional teas decline. While there may be less caffeine in these drinks, a new study has brought to light
Each year, about 31,000 men and women in the U.S. are diagnosed with a cancer caused by an infection from the human papillomavirus, or HPV. It's the most common sexually transmitted virus and infection
Hefty discount on chocolate hazelnut spread causes chaos at supermarkets across country France has seen nothing like it: supermarket aisles of brawling customers throwing punches, pulling hair and shoving
Health news A 10-year-old Connecticut boy died of flu. So did a 21-year-old bodybuilder, and 4-year-old Jonah Reiben of Dayton, Ohio. These are not the usual sick and elderly people who die from influenza.
(CNN) — Scientists have made progress on developing an experimental blood test that could detect many types of cancer in their early stages, and possibly even their locations in the body. The noninvasive
We may take ibuprofen when we have a headache or cramps, thinking it will make us feel better. Generally, it does. But for some of us, there's a really annoying — and uncomfortable — potential side effect
A 6-year-old Florida boy fighting rabies has died, his father said Sunday. Ryker Roque was being kept under anesthesia in an Orlando hospital in a desperate bid to save him from the deadliest virus there
• Saudi Arabia plans to give its citizens $13 billion (50 billion riyals) in handouts to offset the increasing costs of living.• State employees will receive monthly payments of 1,000 riyals (about $US266).•