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Thu, Dec 18, 2014 10:11 AM
Contrary to popular belief, fat does not get converted to muscle. Nor does it simply disappear.
Latin Americans were most likely to be thriving and generally reported higher levels of well-being than people in any other regions, reflecting a cultural emphasis on positivity.
New study shows that the size of the average waistline in the U.S. has grown about an inch over the last 10 years.
Comedian showed off her trim new look during the season premiere of ABC's 'The View.'
Doctors may be able to use the test to diagnose depression and predict a patient's responsiveness to therapy.
Pediatricians have changed their advice on the way parents should be brushing their little one's teeth.
Watch as two teams face off in a brutal bid to topple their opponents' pole in this crazy Japanese sport.
Practicing focus and acceptance can help with everything from stress relief to healthy eating.
Doctors in Canada report that referrals for genetic counseling jumped 90% after Jolie's May 2013 NY Times op-ed.
Herbals and food alternatives may offer you a chance to skip the pills next time you're sick.
Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon on the hit zombie drama, to publish a charity book composed of fan art.
The tasty spice has been found to block the progression of Parkinson's in mice, and it looks like human brains get the same effect.
The woman's strange condition was discovered when she went to doctors because of a long bout of nausea and vomiting. She said she's experienced dizziness her entire life.
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.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.