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Tue, Mar 11, 2014 12:00 PM
The Building a Healthier Future Summit hopes to foster tangible solutions to the childhood obesity epidemic.
It's possible to meet the CDC's 150 minutes of moderate activity a week in about 7,000 to 8,000 steps, but a little extra won't hurt you.
New research shows that as many as 99.6 percent of lice are now at least somewhat resistant to traditional lice treatments.
Actor says he went on a liquid diet for his role in the upcoming crime drama 'The Gambler.'
The World Health Organization has slashed its recommended sugar intake allowance by half. The good news for sweet fiends? Following that guidance doesn't have to be too painful.
New study finds that the best way to get parents active and engaged with their kids at a playground is to do away with park benches.
Actress quips that she 'isn't allowed to eat anything that might taste good at all.'
Health experts say that NYC hasn't seen a case of aquarium granuloma in over 20 years.
Surprisingly, some traditional methods of preventing cavities have merit after all.
Business magnate shares the benefits and practice of daily meditation in his new book 'Success Through Stillness.'
Data based solely on death certificates may not provide an accurate description of just how many deaths are associated with the degenerative disease.
From how much your eye weighs to what's in a tear drop, this insightful infographic has you covered with everything you ever wanted to know about the human eye.
The states with the 10 highest obesity rates tended to have higher rates of chronic diseases than the less obese states.
This obscure, wacky winter sport is essentially sledding on steroids.
The CDC recommends that hospitals implement ways to monitor antibiotic prescribing practices and antibiotic-resistant infections.
Researchers find that fat cells may make it harder to think. And the best remedy? Exercise.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.