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Fri, Nov 21, 2014 10:03 AM
Only 1 in 3 heavy drinkers demonstrated signs of alcoholism, meaning they exhibited or experienced a craving for booze.
Cigarettes have long been thought to help people lose weight. It turns out the opposite is true.
The new Dyslexie font is designed to minimize confusion and improve the clarity of letters and words, making them easier to read.
Actor says he spent months working with experts to better understand the motor neuron disease the famed theoretical physicist suffers from.
None of the supercentenarians studied has signs of heart disease, diabetes or stroke, but a genetic reason for their long lives eluded researchers.
New research debunks the myth that cigar smoking is better for you than cigarette smoking.
These simple moves can help you ease pain, release tension and boost energy in the close confines of an airplane.
Ebola's first cousin may hold the key to developing better tests for the deadly illness currently threatening West Africa.
Doctors are stumped as to what caused the boy's disinterest in food, and are considering feeding tubes or appetite stimulants to get him eating.
Research shows we shouldn't sit for hours every day. But is standing while working actually better?
Your health is influenced by the humidity in your home, so it's important to pick the correct machine.
Phthalates may have unknown consequences for children. Research shows newly discovered concerns.
From garlic to hand washing, here's what you need to stay healthy this year.
Soon simple spit tests may be able to detect and diagnose a wide variety of serious health issues.
Exposure to cold boosts brown fat's calorie-burning power. Knowing that can help you, and it could also help researchers create an obesity-fighting drug.
Eating along with the cycles of the natural world may aid your digestion, your sleep and your health.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.