Part of the school’s lunch regulations include that all children have a fruit, a vegetable a healthy snack from home and milk.
Opponents have argued that the bill could hinder drug-treatment efforts and create a legal defense for people arrested for possessing drug paraphernalia. But health officials repeatedly cited studies showing that needle exchanges are effective tools in curbing outbreaks.
The Food and Drug Administration is asking manufacturers to submit additional data about medical hand washes and sanitizers, including the long-term effects of their daily use on the skin.
A top official with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says health officials hope to use the lessons learned from their reaction to an HIV outbreak in southern Indiana as “a model response” for the whole nation in combatting future similar crises.
Your employer may one day help determine if your genes are why your jeans have become too snug.
Essential oils are made up of concentrated liquids from plants. Although they’ve been around for thousands of years, it’s recently been getting a lot of buzz.
With the promise of anonymity to all who want it, women from around the world are pouring out their seemingly sincerest joys, anxieties and despair over their marks, loose postpartum bellies and battle wounds from valiant fights against cancer.
CDC officials plan to meet with Governor Mike Pence and health officials about an ongoing HIV outbreak in southeastern Indiana.
A 17-year-old Connecticut girl forced by the courts to undergo chemotherapy for her cancer has finished that treatment and was expected to be released Monday from the hospital.
Treatment of HIV positive patients has come a long way since the early 1980s, when it was considered a death sentence.
The decision to change from aspartame to sucralose comes as Americans keep turning away from popular diet sodas.
The Indiana State Department of Health announced Friday 142 individuals have tested positive for HIV.