The rebranding includes refresh of mobile app, and partnership with meditation company Headspace.
Most contact lens wearers probably don’t know that what they’re doing is risky, doctors warn.
The Simpson patriarch thought about dying, but made it through because of his family.
The quartet, who met when they were all being treated for cancer at the same hospital, re-created a picture they took together in 2016.
Labels on the products need to lay out more clearly how to use them safely, the FDA says.
The USDA said Wednesday the beef was produced and packaged at Cargill Meat Solutions in Fort Morgan in June and shipped to retailers all over the country.
Sleep experts say snoring could be doing more harm than just bothering your partner.
The 11-year-old heart transplant recipient talks about her recovery, and that viral moment when she met her favorite singer.
The 'Underworld' star talks about her secrets to happiness, learning to meditate and why she had to give up caffeine.
Motherhood has stormed the fashion runway, with models in labor or breastfeeding. Is it just a trend or is there more at play?
More moms, celebrity and otherwise, seem to be eating their placentas. What does the organ do and is it safe to consume? The experts explain all.
Keisha Greaves was inspired by her own sudden diagnosis of muscular dystrophy.
Risks of regular aspirin use may outweigh the benefits for healthy seniors.
Baby walkers are an unnecessary and dangerous product, pediatricians say.
Those blisters inside your mouth can be painful!
Latin American countries are consistently the happiest places, the survey finds.
After Xavier Cunningham fell onto a metal skewer that impaled his face, doctors worried how they'd remove it. But Xavier is expected to fully recover.
Here's how to prepare and what to expect when facing a C-section delivery.
Is it too early to get a vaccine? Flu shot or spray? As another flu season approaches, TODAY tackles questions about best precautions to take.
The star-studded telecast's donations help fund cancer research.
The "Grease" star opened up about a previously undisclosed second battle with breast cancer in 2013.
Pediatricians say kids should get a shot if possible and not the FluMist nasal spray, and a hospital group says it’s choosing egg-free vaccines.
The pro skateboarder got candid after a recent visit with his 93-year-old mother, Nancy Hawk.
The nurse didn't have a family history of colon cancer or any other risk factors for the disease, but she did notice some warning signs.
Parents don't need to keep their children with colds or asthma away from milk, British specialist says
From excessive sweating to nighttime sweats, here's what's normal and what's not.
Swabs of plastic luggage trays yield germs, and could potentially be a risk during pandemics.
A probiotic product took hold in some people but passed right through others, researchers found.
The 46-year-old singer was found submerged in a bathtub at a London hotel, and several bottles of alcohol were found in the room.
The coffee chain is trying to win back customers cutting down on sugar.
The federal agency told retailers to stop selling the recalled cereal, which is linked to 30 more illnesses.
At least 1 million U.S. children experience a mild traumatic brain injury each year.
A California nurse tells TODAY she was "overjoyed" to discover a new colleague had been a baby she cared for nearly three decades ago.
A couple had a first date they will never forget when a doctor saved her boyfriend's life by administering CPR after he suffered a heart attack on the beach....
"Sometimes people think only criminals have tattoos," one nurse said. "I have a master's degree. I can take care of you."
Officials say four states have been affected.
Infants should ride rear-facing for "as long as possible," according to a leading pediatricians group
The TODAY anchor had to wear glasses on air for the first time in his career after developing an ulcer in his eye from sleeping with his contact lenses in....
The late-night funnyman got candid about his struggle with anxiety — and how performing for an audience has helped him to deal with it.
These go above and beyond counting steps.
Since 2008 there has been a slight increase in the number of home births in the United States. Experts share the pros and cons of birthing at home.
The family that tours together gets sick together!