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Fri, May 29, 2015 11:48 AM
Canadian scientist Dr. Christopher Charles came up with a simple and ingenious idea to help cure the billions of people suffering from iron deficiency.
Though it sounds terrifying, the bizarre virus could actually be enlisted to help cure human ailments.
States with the lowest obesity rates tend to score higher on measures happiness and well-being.
The number of people undernourished around the globe has dropped from a high of more than 1 billion to less than 800 million, according to a United Nations report.
New research suggests that experiencing happiness may produce chemicals in your sweat, and that this can be transmitted to others through smell.
Emily Blincoe showcases the beauty of neatly arranged chiclets, pizza and toothbrushes.
These good-for-you foods have some interesting odoriferous side effects.
From stinky foods to disease, there could be all kinds of causes for your halitosis.
Depression or the drugs used to treat it could affect the brain in a way that raises Parkinson's risk.
The first lady responds to the president's challenge by showing him how it's done in #GimmeFive video.
New study uncovers an alarming trend in the racial disparity of suicide rates for very young kids.
Clever website factors in diet goals, body type and food preferences to create a weekly meal plan that makes sense.
2015 report from Environmental Working Group calls out several brands, including Neutrogena and Banana Boat, for questionable ingredients and claims.
According to new surveys, they're all over the place — including your backyard.
Meditation was shown to calm one stomach inflammation-related gene particularly well.
Cancer survivor Doug MacGowan chronicles his experiences with a personal phoenix that always seems to rise again.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.