Here Are the Real Dangers of Charging $600 for the EpiPen

The 600 percent price hike for this essential drug is putting lives at risk.

The Surprising Stroke Symptom You Probably Don't Know About

A new study says that instead of acting FAST, we should be acting FASTER. 

Your Instagram Filters Could Be Signs of Depression

Doctors could one day use our social media posts as diagnostic tools.

Here’s the Max Amount of Sugar Kids Should Really Have In a Day

The new recommendations are about a third of what the typical American child typically consumes.

6 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Contacts

Here’s how to keep your eyes safe from long-term damage.

New Research Offers Updated Mammogram Timing Suggestions

Although current mammogram guidelines say once every two years for women ages 50 to 74, some with dense breasts should get screened every year, while others may only need a mammo every three years, according to researchers.

Here’s What the Internet Is Doing to Your Memory

We’re outsourcing our memory, says a new study, but the news isn’t all bad.

Cell Phones Might Make You Feel Alienated From Others

Texting and calling may help women stay connected, but there’s also a dark side.