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Fri, Mar 07, 2014 3:48 PM
Actor says he went on a liquid diet for his role in the upcoming crime drama 'The Gambler.'
One in six adults has high total cholesterol levels. Are you at risk?
If you are feeling stressed, anxious and exhausted, there is another way to live (and it has something to do with turning off your phone).
From what to eat to what not to wear, we've got blood donors covered.
When researchers tricked patients with a placebo and a positive message, the pain relief was the same as when they took a powerful drug with a negative message.
You might be surprised at the one thing that can make the task much more bearable.
New research finds that LEDs are twice as effective as incandescents at stimulating the brain and disrupting sleep patterns.
Video: Lucas Irwin shocked his parents over the holidays when he showed up 130 pounds lighter than the last time they had seen him.
A new study claims that teens equate drinking with popularity. But is the data flawed?
The number of smokers has increased with the world population, but new research shows that significant progress has been made since 1980.
Informing patients of the health risks associated with binge drinking can reduce alcohol consumption, preventing health and social problems.
Want to give running a try? Try these tips to get race-ready by spring.
U.S. News and World Report dishes the dirt on the best diets of the year.
In a new study, participants who paid attention to their physical and mental feelings showed small but meaningful reductions in anxiety, depression and pain.
Track the flu in your area and get tips for staying healthy with this bevy of resources.
Studies tout the danger of everything from heart attacks to auto accidents, so if you plan to watch the game, take a deep breath first.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.