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Tue, Mar 31, 2015 2:52 PM
Genetic engineering is turning formerly dangerous viruses into beneficial agents that disarm cancer cells and expose them to the body's immune system.
Eye-opening Nat Geo special exposes the deadly consequences of sleep deprivation.
While trans fats are being used in fewer food products, the new study is another reason to avoid partially hydrogenated oils.
Only 1 in 3 heavy drinkers demonstrated signs of alcoholism, meaning they exhibited or experienced a craving for booze.
Does the way in which you sleep reveal your true nature? One study concludes that it just might.
To explain the state's uncharacteristic statistic, one scientist asks: Could it be the altitude?
New research finds that exposure to mildly cooler temps may be the key to shedding pounds.
Using detailed MRI scans, engineers created models that doctors used to plan surgeries on the tiny and delicate hearts.
Today is the Great American Smokeout, when millions of people will prepare to kick the habit.
Matt Damon, Bono and Ben Affleck join many more in raising awareness on the lack of international action on the Ebola crisis in Africa.
Hand transplants can often result in the brain re-reorganizing itself and recognizing that a hand is once again attached to a body.
Professional comedians showed a high level of activity in their temporal lobes, but their levels of humor enjoyment were lower than the average person's.
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.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.