Consumer Reports finds high levels of lead and sodium in Lunchables, prompting concerns about their safety for children. ...

Olezarsen cuts triglycerides in half, potentially reducing heart disease risk by targeting a gene that hinders fat removal. ...

Over a million women, in general, have no evidence that acetaminophen intake during pregnancy does influence autism, ADHD, and intellectual disability as their children's conditions. ...

The recently developed UTI vaccine is surely long-term effective without the visible side effects, which is worthy of consideration for an alternative treatment in place of antibiotics. ...

Disturbed gut flora in early childhood is associated with a higher likelihood of autism and ADHD diagnosis in the future, as per a groundbreaking prospective study. ...

Recent studies show a marked increase in anxiety, depression, and PTSD diagnoses such mental health disorders among expectant and new mothers, yet more women are seeking treatment, indicating a positive shift in addressing maternal mental health. ...

Video games with rising popularity create problems such as hearing loss in kids and adults alike; more than 90 percent of kids aged above two play them. ...

Medicare approved Wegovy, a major weight-loss drug's usage for heart-related issues, after the FDA made its decision. ...

Pierce County uses "Strange" billboards to prevent rising syphilis cases by using a playful spin on the popular show. ...

The popularity of Melatonin products is currently growing in the USA as well, with more children eating it and going to emergency departments. ...