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Wed, Oct 22, 2014 1:07 PM
New survey finds that as the U.S. economy worsened, vasectomy rates increased.
New study finds that pregnant women — and their babies — might be at an even greater risk than previously thought for the influenza virus.
By adding tiny nanoparticles of titanium dioxide, our clothes could become air purifiers — or so they say.
The nasal spray vaccine proved to be 50 percent more effective in kids ages 2 to 8, but if a nasal spray isn't available, the CDC encourages the typical injection vaccine.
Research finds that man's best friend can also have a positive or negative outlook on life.
In response to widespread doggy discrimination, there's been a strong push to rehabilitate the reputation of pitbulls using the power of images.
It's great to show our four-legged best friends how much we love them, but maybe hugging should be taken off the list. Here's how to tell if your dog does (or doesn't) appreciate your squeezes.
The tumor was so large that it required four sutures and tissue gel to seal the surgical cut.
Germany's Kot & Köter (which translates to Poop & Pooches) features satirical articles about man's best friend. But why is it so popular?
Want to help your kids practice math, science or language skills? Skip the flash cards and break out these fun family board games.
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is one of the unlucky 1 to 2 percent of women who suffer from this acute illness that strikes during pregnancy.
Curbside gourmet food isn't just for humans anymore. Cities across the nation are catering to canine tastes with doggy food trucks.
With 'Freddy the Frogcaster and The Big Blizzard,' Janice Dean 'the Weather Machine' takes kids behind the scenes of a winter storm.
Cats quit using their litter boxes for a variety of reasons. Here's how to get to the bottom of the problem and get your feline friend back into the litter box.
Millennials have grown up with gadgets, yet they are more likely than older adults to say that a lot of important info is not available on the Internet.
Draven Rodriguez wanted a memorable senior portrait, but when the school wouldn't allow his 80s-style photo of him and his cat, the principal came up with a winning solution — and it's nothing short of epic.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.