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Thu, Apr 24, 2014 1:54 PM
New regulations mark the first significant changes in policy on coal dust since 1969.
A new study concludes that the high number of early deaths in Russia is primarily due to people drinking too much vodka.
Video: Dr. Zenko Hrynkiw had to perform an operation Tuesday, but a snowstorm had stalled traffic and stranded hundreds of drivers. So Hrynkiw decided to walk.
Some men use testosterone therapy to treat loss of muscle mass and lowered bone density.
The twin physicians conducted a 1-month experiment; one went extreme low-fat, the other extreme low-carb. Who was the victor?
Research from the University of Oxford found that when participants' heights were reduced, they developed feelings of inferiority and paranoia.
Knowing how many calories you're burning can help you to lose or maintain weight.
Experts recommend promoting healthy weight and habits in the first five years of life.
Commonly known as the 'stomach flu,' this virus is highly contagious and tough to destroy.
After six months, a whopping majority of the previously-allergic participants could eat the equivalent of five peanuts every day.
Breast cancer survivors who practiced yoga for as little as 3 months reported significant improvement in several areas; the more the women practiced yoga, the better the results.
Researchers find that the more alcohol a person drinks, the more likely he is to develop the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Most people think showering once a day is the norm, but there are plenty of people who don't — and it might be healthier.
Challenge those viruses with science-proven treatments that could help you get better faster.
More than four decades after it was banned in the U.S., DDT may still be wreaking havoc on human health.
Researchers aren't sure about the potential health effects that more-than-necessary vitamin levels could have on children.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.