Airline pilots anonymously report suicidal thoughts, study finds

Hundreds of pilots who are currently flying commercial planes may be clinically depressed, according to research published in the journal Environmental Health on...

Group sues FDA over formaldehyde in hair-straightening products

"This is what's called an unreasonable delay suit," said Scott Faber, the group's senior vice president of government affairs. The FDA is "legally...

Is 'phubbing' ruining your relationship?

The U.S. divorce rate hovers at 40 percent, but that's not the whole story. Many intact relationships are on life support. According to...

White wine raises melanoma risk, study says

Their research revealed more interesting facts, as well. In the study, white wine had a bigger impact on melanoma risk than red wine,...

Companies recall powdered milk products

Story highlightsEight companies have recalled products, citing possible salmonellaPowdered milk products in the recall were shipped to nearly 40 statesOver the past week,...

Weird, gross and unexpected things to note when you run

But while running may be a natural body movement, the things that happen to us when we run can be downright weird. From...

What's the most common cause of death in your county?

Violent deaths tend to be common in Western counties, and deaths from mental and substance abuse disorders tend to be more common in...

Teen drug use is down, survey says

The annual survey, which has been conducted since 1975, measures attitudes and substance use among eighth-, 10th- and 12th-graders. Overall, 45,473 students from...

One in six US adults takes psychiatric drugs, study says

Because the results came from self-reported data, the actual numbers may be higher, say co-authors Thomas J. Moore, a senior scientist, drug safety...

Football players 'not at higher risk of neurodegenerative disease'

The risk of traumatic brain injury is particularly high among football players. A new study sets out to investigate if football players are...