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Distracted-driving related deaths are expected to exceed those from drinking and driving within the next two years.
Skin cancer diagnoses have grown more than any other type of cancer. The good news? Skin cancer is also the most easily cured.
PBS Kids' beloved Arthur cartoon will spend Earth week teaching kids to go green.
Don't think you have time to exercise with a baby? These exercises will get you in shape while you spend time with your little one.
It's notoriously tough to know exactly what's in your soap, shampoo, deodorant, makeup, and other personal care products, but this app makes the task a bit easier.
Pet food company offers to share viral videos profits with dogs in need.
The site in Leicester also provided archeologists with Roman tweezers, brooches, coins and samples of painted wall plaster.
Cuddle up with your favorite snuggle bunny and one of these great green reads to celebrate Earth Day with your family.
2 foodborne illnesses rose in 2013, a CDC report shows, caused by consuming contaminated shellfish, chicken and unpasteurized dairy products.
Researchers name the protein receptor 'Juno' after the Roman goddess of fertility.
For many dog lovers, no trip is complete without the companionship of your four-legged best friends, including adventures in the great outdoors. We have advice and packing guides to make your camping trip safe and fun.
Researchers find that even small increases in prenatal weight were linked to increases in risk for stillbirth and infant death.
There's much to admire about your kitty's cute little paws, nose and whiskers — but there's some amazing biology at work as well.
Meet Zoey and Jasper: Grace Chon turns the camera on her 10-month-old baby and 7-year-old rescue mutt for this comically adorable photo series.
Video: The small Scottish town of St. Andrews, Fife, recently memorialized a still-living stray cat with an $8,000 bronze statue.
In her new book 'Metal Cats,' photographer Alexandra Crockett reveals the softer, kitty-loving side of metal musicians and their fans.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.