Former Peanut Corporation of America CEO Stewart Parnell’s sentence is by far the harshest U.S. authorities have handed down in such cases. Emails revealed he and others knowingly sold tainted food.
It’s the only available, nonsurgical permanent birth control option that’s FDA-approved. But thousands of women have complained of serious side effects like severe pain, heavy bleeding and depression.
A new generation is using tattoos to reclaim what it means to be a Native woman in the 21st century.
Pope Francis’ social media feeds have blossomed while he’s been pontiff, allowing followers to access his messages via Twitter, YouTube and also an app on their smartphones.
In 2014, Alaska’s food industry donated nearly 4.9 million pounds of food to the food bank.
A new study on Inuit in Greenland suggests that Arctic peoples evolved genetic adaptations that allow them to get by mostly on seal blubber and meat without developing health problems.
Nadia Bolz-Weber was a standup comic who opened up a church for people who didn’t belong. “My job is to … remind people that they’re absolutely loved,” she says. Her new memoir is Accidental Saints.
Public health officials were surprised last year when the dominant strain of circulating flu mutated after the flu vaccine had been formulated. The current version looks like a better match.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency are challenging the nation to reduce food waste by 50 percent by 2030. It’s the first-ever national target for food loss.
Late-night coffee, tea or cola does more than keep you up, scientists say. The amount of caffeine in a double espresso can delay the internal clock in cells throughout your body by about 40 minutes.