More states legalize fentanyl test strips to fight rising opioid deaths
Roughly 20 states have legalized the test strips to stop rising deaths from the opioid crisis. The strips are still technically illegal in some states under drug paraphernalia laws.
Sucralose, a chemical in Splenda, is found to cause ‘significant health effects’ in new study
The ingredient is linked to DNA damage, elevated cancer risk, and a leaky gut, but the sweetener industry maintains safety.
Shannen Doherty, '90210' star, reveals cancer has spread to her brain in emotional video
The "Beverly Hills, 90210" star shared videos of her undergoing a CT scan and finding out her cancer had spread. "The turmoil….. the timing of it all…. This is what cancer can look like."
One-on-one with Bryan Johnson, tech billionaire hoping to reverse ageing
Tech entrepreneur Bryan Johnson wants the world to know that he’s just a regular guy hoping to achieve optimal wellness using a data-driven approach and wants you to hopefully do the same.
Billionaire who gets transfusions of teen son’s blood has one surprisingly simple goal for society
Yes, there’s the blood transfusions, regular MRIs, and whispers of immortality. But this tech tycoon just wants to change the way people view health.
Survey reveals 45% of adults skip using soap when washing their hands
A recent survey finds that some people not only pass on soap use for handwashing, but they will also dry their hands with their clothes.
What to do when wildfire smoke smothers your area and how to keep your home's air clean
The people most at risk from wildfire smoke are individuals with lung disease, asthma, heart disease, older adults, children, and expectant mothers.
Canadian wildfires cause smoke across U.S.
An alert was issued Wednesday for New York City, as well as several other cities and towns in the northeastern U.S., as smoke from the Canadian wildfires caused the possibility of health effects. Dr. Andrew Vander Yacht with SUNY joined LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow to discuss the possible health problems caused by the smoke.
Canada wildfires lead to air-quality alerts in US – Here's how to stay safe
The tiny particles are small enough to get past airway defenses and cause breathing problems. Here's a closer look at what's happening and some precautions for dealing with the haze.
Breastfeeding may later improve child’s exam scores, study suggests
The researchers discovered that longer breastfeeding was associated with improved academic performance, particularly in English and mathematics.
Celebrity Cruises norovirus outbreak leaves more than 175 sick, CDC says
Those who became ill suffered symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal cramps, vomiting and headaches.
Susan Boyle, 'Britain's Got Talent' star, reveals she suffered stroke: ‘I fought like crazy’ to recover
Nearly 15 years after Susan Boyle first performed "I Dreamed a Dream" on the "Britain's Got Talent" stage, the Scottish singer returned and revealed her past health struggles.
What is 'chroming'? The deadly social media trend on TikTok
Several people have lost their lives due to “chroming," but yet it is becoming more popular on social media.
Most US adults are declining COVID boosters as CDC warns of health risks: 'Relatively little protection'
Adults who aren’t current on their COVID-19 vaccine booster doses may have "relatively little remaining protection" against hospitalization compared to those who haven’t been vaccinated at all, suggests a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Bills' Damar Hamlin launches CPR Tour to raise awareness
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin kicked off a multicity tour at his home stadium on Saturday to distribute medical equipment and promote techniques that helped save his life in January.
Former wrestling superstar says he has 'severe brain trauma'
'The Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase made the announcement on 'Everybody's Got a Pod.'
Biden delivers remarks on debt ceiling bill
President Biden addressed the nation from the oval office on the debt ceiling bill. Biden said the passage of the bill "averted an economic crisis and an economic collapse." More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video
Eating junk food may hinder deep sleep, study says
Participants were given both healthy and unhealthy diets at random times and their sleep schedules were monitored to see what, if any, connection there was between diet and sleep.
'Poison in every puff': Canada to print warning labels on individual cigarettes
Canada will soon become the first country in the world where warning labels must appear on individual cigarettes.
Sweden close to becoming first 'smoke-free' country in Europe
Many experts give credit to decades of anti-smoking campaigns and legislation, while others point to the prevalence of "snus," a smokeless tobacco product that's marketed in Sweden as an alternative to cigarettes.