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Thu, May 21, 2015 4:43 PM
These good-for-you foods have some interesting odoriferous side effects.
Microbes living in the gut can be used to identify a person even after a year of changes in the body.
The FDA-approved headband uses mild electrical stimulation to ease chronic migraine pain.
Women are often uneasy on their own in public places, but science says you should get out there.
Study finds similar patterns in training habits of high school and college football players.
Eye pain resulted in a months-long search for a surprising cause.
Putting things off in your mind exacts a real toll on your body.
If your allergies aren't proof enough, here's visual evidence that pollen is everywhere.
Here are nine of the strangest (and funniest) races on Earth.
The 'good bacteria' may change how the immune systems flares up against allergens.
Synthetic stimulant, chemically similar to bath salts, has negative side effects that include high body temperature, anger, psychosis, and even death.
Paired with a low-carb diet, dark chocolate may help you lose more pounds — and keep them off.
Kids of sleepwalkers are 60 percent more likely to develop the condition than their peers.
Microbiologist finds that some men's facial hair is teeming with bacteria.
If you want a genuinely strong core, you should do a variety of exercises — not just one.
Software programmer Kuntal Joisher was attempting to become the first vegan climber to conquer Everest from Nepal when the devastating earthquake struck.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.