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Fri, Sep 19, 2014 2:11 AM
Though the study's assumption of what "better" sex means is pretty specific.
Bacteria-killing viruses, the natural mortal enemies of bacteria everywhere, might soon replace antibiotics in the fight against infection.
A study found that over a 4-year period, those who reported weight discrimination gained about 2 pounds.
From 'text neck' to distracted driving, your gadget may impact your health more than you realize.
Certain smells can lift your mood or mellow you out.
Under a new program, pharmacies can choose to register with the government to get controlled substances off the streets.
The American Red Cross is hoping its new Blood Donor app will help to collect the 15,000 units of blood that are needed everyday.
Researchers find a strong association between elevated blood glucose levels and certain types of cancer.
Forty to 60 percent of sampled surfaces in an office were covered with a harmless virus in a matter of four hours, with the coffee break room the first to become contaminated.
This incredibly poignant short film tells the story of Sonia and Anita, 2 siblings blind since birth, as they discover the wonders of sight.
Co-star Riz Ahmed says the actor had to get inventive to trick his brain into thinking he was eating a full meal.
A once-rare respiratory virus known as EV-D68 is sending hundreds of children to the hospital. Here’s what you need to know.
Researchers have found that even blind children make the same type of angry face without having ever seen it before.
Food workers, especially those who work with flour, have a greater risk of occupational asthma than those who work with cleaning agents or agricultural chemicals, study finds.
The benefits of cumulative exercise are well-documented. Here are ways to get yours in today.
Windshields and cabin windows don't do enough to protect flight crews from UV radiation, say experts.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.