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Tue, Sep 30, 2014 12:50 PM
Researchers speculate that certain types of antibiotics may affect the body's ability to process calories.
Doctors have already written more than 500 nature prescriptions over the last several months to encourage their patients to get outdoors.
Can you catch stress? New research indicates that stress may be as contagious as the common cold.
It's hard to think there's a positive side to cat dander and mouse and cockroach droppings, but there may be one.
Annual award, given by PETA, presented in recognition of both actors' commitment to animal-free diets.
To reduce the number of deaths, experts recommend a number of tactics, including heftier taxes on alcoholic products and liability for alcohol retailers.
Acne treatments do not currently list the more extreme, if rare, reactions some people may experience when using the products.
Giving up nicotine is no easy task, but knowing how to tackle the physical effects of quitting smoking can help ease the way.
Presenting choices in a certain way may encourage people to make better choices for future, long-term well-being.
Former 'Good Morning America' host says she's fortunate to have discovered the cancer in its early stages.
Baylor prospect received the bad news after a pre-draft physical confirmed the genetic disorder.
Children who develop autism have a variety of factors working against them, and researchers cite pesticides was one such factor that may just 'push them over the edge.'
Actor's reported 5,000-calories-per-day meal regimen appears to be working.
Former 'Dancing with the Stars' co-host says she may pursue chemotherapy to rid her body of the disease.
Evolutionary programming could be behind some people's constant craving for bronzed skin.
New technology allows blind users to navigate their way rather than simply avoid obstacles.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.