Latest Health News

‘Crazy Cat Ladies’ Are Not A Thing, Study FindsIt's the news cat owners have been waiting for: Owning lots of cats does not, in fact, mean you're mad, sad or anxious.
Energy Star Says You Should Keep Your Home Above 78 Degrees, Sparking Fierce DebateA federal program recommends people keep their homes between 78 and 85 degrees, and the internet is freaking out.
You Can No Longer Buy Bottled Water At SFOAir travelers to and from the City by the Bay will now experience water in new ways.
E-Cigarettes Change Blood Vessels After Just One Use, Study SaysA new study is the latest to show changes in cardiovascular function after vaping e-liquids, though in this case, those liquids didn't even contain nicotine.
Study: 'Red Flag' Laws Can Play Role In Preventing Mass ShootingsDetermining how to prevent mass shootings in the United States has been a complicated debate, but there's new evidence that one intervention could play a role in reducing the violence: "red flag" orders.
FCC Pushing To Make '988' National Suicide Prevention NumberThe Federal Communications Commission is pushing to make a three-digit code as the dedicated suicide prevention hotline phone number.
Study: Social Media Use May Harm Teens' Mental Health By Disrupting Positive ActivitiesSocial media use has been linked to depression, especially in teenage girls. But a new study argues that the issue may be more complex than experts think.
California Law Puts Suicide Hotline Number On School ID CardsCalifornia high school and middle school students will have some lifesaving information at their fingertips as they go back to school this year.
Study: Eating More Gluten Early In Life Is Tied To Children's Higher Risk Of Celiac DiseaseBad news for lovers of bread, pasta and baked goods: Eating lots of gluten-heavy foods from a young age could eventually lead to gluten intolerance.
They’re Better For The Planet, But Are Plant-Based Burgers Good For You?Though these plant-based burgers are certainly a healthy option for the environment, you might be wondering: are they any better for your body than regular beef burgers?
Study: Eat More Plants, Less Meat To Live Longer And Improve Heart HealthEating more plants and less meat has been tied to a longer life and a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease in a new study.
FDA Investigating 127 Reports Of Seizures, Neurological Symptoms Related To VapingThe US Food and Drug Administration has received 127 reports of seizures or other neurological symptoms possibly related to e-cigarettes.