Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai on Tuesday announced his plans to repeal the Obama-era regulations that dictate how providers treat the accessibility of content on the internet.
Eating food that’s contaminated with salmonella bacteria may cause you to be ill and experience discomfort for several days.
This holiday season, enjoy your turkey and trimmings -- without a side of food poisoning.
Knowing the worst Thanksgiving travel times may be helpful for your holiday plans.
Understanding what the flu is -- and how to avoid getting it -- may be helpful to your health.
While going through treatment may seem daunting, two breast cancer patients who became good friends have spoken out about their experiences -- and have shared their advice.
Hurricane Irma battered Florida and Georgia, but couldn’t keep people there from protecting the American flag.
Twenty veterans on average die by suicide every day -- with experts working toward reducing that figure.
Hurricane Irma moved toward the Leeward Islands on Tuesday and may hit Florida during the weekend.
National Prostate Cancer Awareness month will take place throughout September.
On Sept. 1, National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month begins.
Tropical Storm Harvey was upgraded to a hurricane on Thursday -- and is headed toward the United States.
Hurricane Harvey is set to make landfall late Friday night or early Saturday morning -- meaning that people should take preventative measures now.
People may risk serious eye damage if they look at the sun without proper protection, an optometrist has warned ahead of the upcoming total solar eclipse.
Americans may look to the skies Monday to watch the total solar eclipse - but it’s important to protect your eyes and use the correct tools that will let you safely watch the event.
The moon will block the sun in a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21.