Contaminated cantaloupes have sickened at least 13 people in Minnesota as part of a nationwide outbreak that has left two people dead, health officials warn.
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Federal health officials warned that 10 people have been hospitalized and another person has died from an outbreak of listeria that's been tied to whole peaches, nectarines and plums.
New York State Attorney General Letitia James has sued PepsiCo, demanding that it help clean plastic pollution along the Buffalo River and put warnings on its plastic packaging.
Eli Lilly's drug tirzepatide was approved by the Food and Drug Administration to help people who are overweight and have a weight-related medical condition lose weight.
Amazon Prime members can now buy memberships to its One Medical health care service at a discounted rate, the e-commerce giant announced Wednesday.
Delta Air Lines is backing one of its flight attendants, who is being accused of discrimination for failing to make allergy accommodations on a flight from New York City to San Diego.
The FDA is expanding its probe of possible lead contamination amid recalls of Schnucks, Weis and WanaBana fruit puree pouches marketed to toddlers and young children.
The insurance industry has made some changes in the wake of COVID-19, and as patients needs evolve with time and medical recommendations, Aflac CEO Dan Amos said.
The Food and Drug Administration plans to recommend a ban on formaldehyde in hair-straightening products after research suggests that it's linked to hormone cancers and adverse health effects.
Costco is voluntarily recalling their Kirkland Signature ham over a potential listeria contamination that was discovered at a Sunnyvalley Smoked Meats' laboratory in California.
A woman who dreamed of having a big family and struggled with getting pregnancy was mistakenly given an abortion pill instead of IVF hormones by a CVS pharmacy.
A woman has filed a lawsuit against Disney World after a ride down the Humunga Kowabunga at the Typhoon Lagoon water park led to an 'injurious wedgie.'
Republican presidential candidates will have an opportunity to outline their health care plans at the second presidential debate on September 27, hosted by Fox Business and Univision.
Vice President Kamala Harris and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced the Biden administration is proposing a rule to remove medical debt from credit reports.
U.S. employers are expecting to see the largest increase in healthcare costs in a decade next year, according to forecasts from healthcare industry consultants.
Johnson & Johnson announced that it's ditching the classic cursive script it has used for 130 years in favor of a revamped logo that pays homage to the old design.
Buffalo Games recalled its "Chuckle & Roar Ultimate Water Beads Activity Kits" on Thursday, September 14, after the death of an infant who accidentally swallowed a water bead.
Three vaccine manufacturers have announced the prices for their new and updated vaccines. The shots are available for anyone 6 months of age and older.
An advisory panel for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration decided Tuesday an ingredient widely used in nasal decongestants doesn't work any better than a placebo pill.