Former Juul employee Carrie Chuang has filed a lawsuit in San Francisco alleging she endured years of sexual harassment and abuse at the e-cigarette company — then was fired for coming forward.
The systematic review explored 36 case studies on cardiovascular health and found that many of the drugs used to treat heart conditions have the potential to interact with marijuana.
A new study from the CDC suggests that binge-drinking in the U.S. is on the rise, especially among middle-aged and older adults.
New research from Columbia University, Harvard University and others suggest that rising global temperatures may lead to things like agitation and heavy drinking — increasing the rate of accidental death.
Ninety-nine percent of women felt that getting an abortion was the right decision, according to a new study from the University of California San Francisco.
A Maryland teen is raising awareness about the dangers of vaping through Instagram posts of her damaged lungs.
The latest annual report from the American Cancer Society has shown a 2.2 percent decrease in cancer overall — the largest single-year decline ever.
A new analysis from researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has uncovered a microbial toxin in Juul pods that has the potential to cause serious longterm lung damage.
After months of speculation, the Food and Drug Administration announced a ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarette cartridges, including mint and berry.
The CDC has confirmed that Vitamin E acetate is fueling the over 2,500 hospitalizations nationwide. From black market vapes to the role of social media, here's what else we learned in 2019.
A new study from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has found that bisexual women of color are more often exposed to e-cigarette ads, which may be connected to the tobacco industry's "longstanding targeted marketing at vulnerable communities."
A new study from the University of California San Francisco found that vaping e-cigarettes can put individuals at risk of longterm health conditions. Here is a look at some of them.
A study from researchers in Japan found that even moderate amounts of drinking alcohol can increase cancer risk.
A 49-year-old patient developed "cobalt lung," an illness typically only found in metal workers, after vaping.
A new study from the journal of Lancet Public Health reveals that homeless people have a disproportionately high chance of experiencing a traumatic brain injury.
A new study from the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology suggests that "improved oral hygiene care" can reduce the risk of heart failure. Here's what you need to know.
Doctors at St. Jude accepted an award from the Smithsonian this week for finding a potential cure for severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), or "bubble boy" disease.
A new study from researchers at Stanford University is offering promising news for the more than one million kids and teens with peanut allergies.
Doctors at Detroit's Henry Ford Hospital have performed the first double lung transplant on a patient with a vaping-related illness.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the first to identify a "potential toxicant of concern" in the vaping crisis. Here's what you need to know about vitamin E oil.
The rapper said he attends his daughter's gynecology appointments to verify that she's a virgin. A women's health educator calls that "inappropriate."
A new survey from WalletHub has measured the fattest states in America using 29 metrics that included diabetes cases and healthcare costs. Mississippi ranks as the worst overall and Utah the best.