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Fri, Dec 19, 2014 11:27 AM
Researchers find a link between the ability to balance on one leg and mini-strokes.
An international team of researchers has identified a drug that could help to save hundreds of thousands of lives each year.
We apologize, but it's for a good reason: This great song is the perfect beat for CPR.
The CDC issued a warning that a mutated flu strain might make this year's vaccine less effective.
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The fountain of youth may be elusive, but there are plenty of things you can do to give your longevity a boost.
Actor cites past struggles with addiction as a big factor in his decision to use absolutely no stimulants to gain 30 pounds of muscle.
U.S. senator says his new animal-free diet is teaching him a lot about food policies, the food industry and environmental issues.
#FeelNoShame campaign encouraged participants to reveal a personal secret as part of a push to reduce the stigma surrounding HIV.
Researchers say rates could continue to drop if proven strategies like implementing smoke-free laws and increasing the cost of cigarettes continue to expand.
Lawmakers and LGBT community members have called the 31-year-old policy banning gay men from donating blood discriminatory and unscientific.
Vegetables, no supplements, and daily rigorous exercise has created what's considered the strongest village in all of India.
Research that shows how ancient hunter-gatherers often ate only intermittently would indicate that humans evolved to go without food for some lengths of time.
Researchers aren't sure how much berberine a person would need to take to see fat-burning results.
Eye-opening Nat Geo special exposes the deadly consequences of sleep deprivation.
While trans fats are being used in fewer food products, the new study is another reason to avoid partially hydrogenated oils.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.