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Thu, May 28, 2015 7:17 PM
Though it sounds terrifying, the bizarre virus could actually be enlisted to help cure human ailments.
The same pigment that absorbs the sun's rays may play a role in what happens after you come inside.
Is your urine gold, brown or even pink or blue? Here's what it means.
Traces of peanut protein were found in cumin that was sold as cumin spice and also used in spice mixes and packaged foods.
New study suggests that we've got it all wrong when it comes to fat consumption, and the panel working on reshaping dietary guidelines seems to agree.
No, we don't mean chowing down on a jar of mashed peas and carrots.
Beautiful surroundings and a sense of freedom boost this chilly locale to the top of the list.
This blue-green algae offers some health benefits, but not all studies agree on its usefulness — and it kind of tastes like pond scum.
Dozens of cities throughout the country have either banned or limited fireworks displays due to the threat of heavy pollution.
Puberty, school, part-time jobs and gadgets all conspire to keep teenagers from getting their Zzz's.
We are so overwhelmed by sounds around us that we also tune out birds, breeze and other natural music.
Study discovers people who binge-watch three or more TV episodes are more likely to suffer from depression and loneliness.
The boy's diagnosis is so rare that only two other cases of gerascophobia have been recorded.
For the first time, researchers have quantified how long this annoying side effect of menopause can last.
Mindfulness exercises worked as well as other treatments, including sleep drugs, in improving a person's quality of sleep.
Remember those fitness tests you did in grade school? There's a grown-up version that might be tough.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.