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Fri, Sep 19, 2014 2:11 AM
Though the study's assumption of what "better" sex means is pretty specific.
Celebrity doctor's unofficial audience test promises weight loss with no change in diet or exercise, but there's not much science to back it up.
Think the benefits of playing sports is only for kids and teenagers? Think again! Sports can increase your concentration, teamwork skills and overall health.
Allergies can be unpredictable, which can explain why there are so many falsehoods about how we develop them and how we can treat them.
There's a new virus in town. Here's what you need to know about Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.
Parents providing their children with marijuana extracts have said their children have fewer seizures, but scientists are concerned about the impacts of these anecdotal accounts.
Actor says staying in superhero shape at age 45 is a lot harder than it was at age 30.
Their work reveals genetic clues about the insects' behavior, making it possible to target specific attributes.
Most of these infections are likely harmless, as participants in the study did not have symptoms of the STD.
Art can be a powerful tool for the mind. Here's how to harness it.
While the FDA takes its sweet time investigating the effectiveness — and potential dangers — of triclosan, Minnesota goes ahead and bans the controversial chemical.
Experts say we should get 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise per week for significant health benefits. Here’s how to do it without even realizing it.
A disease without a screening test, 94 percent of those eventually diagnosed with pancreatic cancer die within five years.
Naps perk up your memory and alertness, and a little bit of shut-eye can also improve your mood.
Both cigarette smoke and e-cigarette vapor increase the virulence of potentially life-threatening bacteria while also decreasing the body’s ability to fight them, new study finds.
From better digestion to facilitating scientific breakthroughs, this 'Jekyll and Hyde' of the bacteria world is worthy of some positive press.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.