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Health advocates and doctors weighed in Tuesday on whether Kansas legislators should take steps to prohibit tanning parlors from letting minors use their tanning beds.
Attorneys for condemned inmate Herbert Smulls pressed on with concerns Monday about Missouri's execution drug, even as the state prepares for its third execution since November.
A concept to rebuild the historic oyster reefs of Raritan Bay could funnel a share of $1 billion in federal money into creating living breakwaters that would reduce the wave force from future storms.
The state medical board is accusing a Houston doctor of falsely advertising his unlicensed cancer drug.
Sen. Charles Schumer on Sunday called for safer packaging for children's medicine bottles in order to help prevent an estimated 10,000 emergency room visits a year.
Months after Washington voters narrowly rejected an initiative requiring the labeling of genetically modified foods, lawmakers are reviving the GMO debate in Olympia.
Chicago's City Council on Wednesday passed an ordinance prohibiting the use of electronic cigarettes in areas where tobacco products are currently banned.
The Western Sugar Cooperative has shut down its sugar beet processing plant in Lovell while federal and state regulators inspect the facility following a fatal accident.
When I think of Cheerios, I don't think about GMOs. I think about little kids — and right now, I'm thinking about my new grandson.