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Fri, Aug 29, 2014 1:27 PM
Depending on how much time you spend inside, that cool blast of air can leave you dried out.
A geneticist shares her insights into what science has taught us in this fact-packed TED talk on autism spectrum disorder.
Actor transforming his body to take on the role of Chris Kyle in the Clint Eastwood pic 'American Sniper.'
Health experts warn that antibiotic-resistance could lead to a resurgence of life-threatening diseases that were once easily cured.
A new report shows that few kids are reaching the recommended goal of 60 minutes of moderate physical activity per day, spending most of their time sedentary.
We are all doing more and more, with less time. A new book digs deep to understand how this happened and where we're going.
When you look at the causes of obesity, it's about health – not character flaws.
A new CDC report highlights the importance of smart living — especially for those who live in Southeastern states.
Pulling all-nighters can do irreparable damage to your brain.
While obese people may not be showing overt signs of heart disease, the build-up of plaque around their hearts puts them at a higher risk than their normal-weight counterparts.
Nail salons may not be the healthiest places on the planet, but skin cancer from drying lamps probably needn't top your list of concerns. However ...
Garfield, Equestria Girls, Snoopy and the characters from 'Rio 2' sport bald heads and head scarves to help kids with cancer feel like any other kid.
Researchers warn health care providers that obesity is not the only factor that can contribute to Type 2 diabetes.
A new report from the American Lung Association finds that nearly 148 million Americans breathe unhealthy air.
A new study suggests that trauma has effects on certain regions of the brain, but that these effects are also potentially reversible.
Feminine features are more attractive in healthy countries, perhaps because relatively masculine features indicate a better chance for survival.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.