The latest news on product safety
Kim Kardashian lost 15 pounds on QuickTrim, but this product she’s paid to endorse poses health risks.
Kitchen spoons and plastic cups are not the most accurate way to give kids their medicine.
A number of colon cleansers are touted on the news and the Internet. Are they safe to use?
New federal safety laws should mean less toxic lead and fewer phthalates in holiday toys.
A doctor's advice to a patient worried because her father developed Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Excess coffee consumption is bad for pregnant women, but it may benefit health in certain other groups.
Popular remedy causes a loss in smell, but should we also worry about unknown risks in other remedies?
Aspirin may be right for the heart and wrong for the GI tract.
5 steps to take if you're experiencing chest pain, and what parents can do to help depressed teens.