Twitter's decision to no longer enforce its COVID-19 misinformation policy, quietly posted on the site's rules page and listed as effective Nov. 23, 2022, has researchers and experts in public health seriously concerned about the possible repercussions.
Republican Amy Parks of Loveland was sworn in on Monday as the new state representative for Colorado's House District 51.
A successful program that helps low-income households weatherize homes and lower energy bills is setting its sights on improving the health outcomes of children and older Coloradans at risk of indoor and outdoor air pollution.
The Georgia Supreme Court granted an emergency stay of a lower court's ruling, once again allowing a six-week abortion ban to take effect in Georgia while an appeal process continues.
Without adequate B12 in the body, overall health and quality of life are negatively affected.
Dietitian Leanne McCrate explores studies on the impacts of cinnamon on blood sugar levels.
People who breathe polluted air experience changes within the brain regions that control emotions, and as a result, they may be more likely to develop anxiety and depression than those who breathe cleaner air.
President Joe Biden signed a G20 Bali Leaders' Declaration agreeing to adopt vaccine passports to "facilitate" all international travel.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has launched an investigation into drug manufacturers, wholesalers, and pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) over potential legal violations related to inflated costs of insulin, a life-saving drug relied upon by millions of diabetics.