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Fri, Apr 24, 2015 11:07 AM
The 'twin' is actually a teratoma, a type of tumor made up of abnormal germ cells.
New study shows link between bisphenol S and fetal brain development.
Fourteen years of data show that more women are having mastectomies, even when a less invasive option is available.
Researchers find that more than 10 percent of patients may be taking aspirin unnecessarily, and the risks may outweigh the benefits.
The symptoms of chronic pain and depression overlap and magnify each other until the cycle is brought to a halt.
Research suggests that arrhythmia might be behind several of Beethoven's most classic compositions.
Turn that frown upside-down if you want to improve your cardiovascular health.
French chef Bruno Loubet says serving less meat in restaurants 'is the future.'
New research links shift work — and the night shift in particular — to a host of health problems and an increased risk for mortality.
The infected patients range in age from 8 months to 21 years.
By triggering the release of bile acid that is used to digest food, the pill also sets off a chain reaction of other effects throughout the body.
While some obese participants initially appeared healthy, researchers found that over time, they were at higher risk for chronic disease than their peers.
For the fifth year running, U.S. News & World Report gives the top spot to the diet rich in vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy.
New study contradicts age-old advice about rest and recovery after a concussion.
To stay healthier this winter, consider protecting your nose.
This short, high-intensity circuit training may be every bit as effective as a longer workout.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.