Scorpions, crickets and other insects are inching their way into America's diets. Holly Firfer reports.
Those vacationing at Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks this summer should make extra efforts to stay sanitary, the National Park Service said Wednesday, after noting a spike in sicknesses among visitors so far.
CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has spent his career traveling the globe researching and reporting on how to keep your brain sharp.
Dr. Paul Offit, chief of the division of infectious diseases at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, warns against the dangers of too many vitamins.
When I was diagnosed with cancer, my doctor told me I had "a 60% chance of survival, or maybe a little less than that."
Dr. Sanjay Gupta offers his expert analysis on Starbucks' announcement and the anchors' go-to Starbucks drinks.
In an open letter to President Barack Obama published Tuesday, dozens of doctors asked to be allowed to treat hunger-striking prisoners at the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Pollutants in the air are known to affect brain development, but the first national study of in utero exposure and autism rates raises new concerns.
Turns out, money can buy happiness -- if you spend wisely. We asked experts to explain this and other glee strategies, none of which require rose-colored glasses or doing anything with life's lemons.
The lifestyle choices you make today directly impact your brain health as you age. Join us for a LIVE chat with Dr. Sanjay Gupta on Twitter.
Singer Melissa Etheridge reportedly criticizes Angelina Jolie for her decision to undergo a double mastectomy.
Although non-traditional therapies can be valuable, sometimes a line is crossed. So how can you tell if your alternative healer is a quack?
Venezuelan lawmakers are weighing whether to ban the use of baby bottles as part of a push to promote breast-feeding, state media reported.
Yes, I ironed my daughter's mattress wearing a shower cap. But after I found lice eggs in her hair, I freaked. Don't panic: head lice are treatable, although it may take some work.
Lo Sze Ping, founder of Greenovation Hub, talks about reason for the high incidents of cancer in some Chinese villages.