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Wed, Dec 18, 2013 3:26 PM
Actress tells Barbara Walters 'it should be illegal to call someone fat on TV.'
After a successful prostatectomy in July to remove the cancerous growth, Pinsky says he's now disease-free.
How much of our brains do we use? Are men and women equally at risk for brain diseases? Most Americans answered these questions incorrectly, a new survey shows.
Inadvertent poisoning from the pain reliever sends 78,000 Americans to the emergency room each year, says new report.
Researchers say cybersecurity in medical devices will require collaboration among health care systems, providers, device manufacturers and the FDA.
From classroom air quality to a child's notebook paper, here are some potential toxins in the classroom and how to avoid them.
The findings suggest that providing increased social support to unmarried people with cancer could benefit their health.
Certain brain regions are critical for learning and consolidating emotional memories, and new memories attached to fears may be modified during sleep.
Trina Hall purposefully put on weight to see exactly how it affected her self-perception — and the results surprised her.
New universal flu vaccine would use the body's naturally occurring immune cells to fight the virus, and it could even work for future deadly strains.
You can stop a rotten day in its tracks.
A small but growing number of studies now suggest that air pollutants may play a role in diseases of the gut.
Researchers expect that perfume and fragrance companies will find the results useful in developing new products.
Animal products are found in many prescription and over-the-counter medications, so what's a vegan to do?
By keeping an eye on where the flu appears, experts can help doctors better diagnose symptoms and vaccine makers to improve next year's shots.
Here's yet another reason to be careful about how much sun exposure you get.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.