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Celebrity chef says we need to stop eating so much meat.
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine outrages fast-food chain with provocative video of an autopsy table and burger-holding corpse.
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More than half of doctors in training said in a survey that they'd shown up sick to work, and almost one-third said they'd done it more than once.
Health Month lets you set customizable health goals -- then play your way to achieving them.
Now that high fructose corn syrup is associated with many health problems, an industry association wants to rename the sweetener 'corn sugar.'
National health authorities to try to harmonize standards to increase the safety of patients.
Video: With many teenagers drinking “sizzurp” and “robo-tripping” to get high, the FDA is considering whether to require a prescription for some over-the-counter cough suppressants.
The sockeye salmon fishing season in Alaska is over. Read Conservancy staffer Dustin Solberg's final thoughts from his stint working on a commercial fishing boat in Bristol Bay, the 'center of the wild salmon universe.'
In a new survey, employees of government agencies in charge of food safety say public health policies sometimes lose out to special interests.
A new superbug from India is thought to be resistant to nearly every known antibiotic, and scientists warn that it poses a global threat.
Even gentle antibiotics may severely disrupt the balance of microbes living in the stomach, with unforeseen health consequences.
Little did the samurai mothers know, their quest for beauty may have stunted their babies' development.
Researchers found an increased cancer risk in healthy subjects and potential respiratory effects from chlorine used as a disinfectant.
New evidence shows more than half of men and women think they are hotter than average.
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Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.