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Sat, Feb 28, 2015 8:24 PM
Soon you may be able to ditch your body for a new one, if an Italian doctor can perfect a controversial body-transplant procedure.
Not only are part of the body more responsive to gentle touches but there is even an optimal speed at which we want to be touched.
The pill influenced how satisfied women were with their partners in the early stages of a relationship, if they started using the pill in the middle of a relationship, they experienced no changes.
New research puts a big number on the amount of bacteria swapped with each smooch.
From red meat to olive oil, what you eat now can help speed up your pregnancy plans.
Comedian, who has practiced Transcendental Meditation for 40 years, says the technique has helped him stay balanced throughout his career.
A team of scientists finds that Wikipedia spots emerging illnesses nearly a month before health officials do.
Some pills that promise cognitive enhancements may actually offer the opposite, according to a new study.
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.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.