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Thu, Mar 05, 2015 11:33 AM
Just because you feel like dirt doesn't mean you have the flu. The influenza virus is much less common than we think it is, a new study finds.
The boy's diagnosis is so rare that only two other cases of gerascophobia have been recorded.
For the first time, researchers have quantified how long this annoying side effect of menopause can last.
Mindfulness exercises worked as well as other treatments, including sleep drugs, in improving a person's quality of sleep.
Remember those fitness tests you did in grade school? There's a grown-up version that might be tough.
It took doctors weeks to realize the cause was of the headaches was leaking brain fluid.
Experts suggest that doctors look to other options to help with weight loss, like medication and surgery.
Over 80 vegan recipes and stories of life at sea are featured in Laura Dakin's 'Cookin' Up a Storm.'
The new study also found that former drinkers were actually worse off health-wise compared to both non-drinkers and current drinkers.
Did you get enough rest last night? If not, you may want to consider taking a power nap.
Anya Pogharian's inexpensive and portable kidney dialysis machine could radically change the procedure for patients around the world.
Experiencing a sense of awe may reduce inflammation in the body, according to a new study.
It's intriguing — and a little scary — to know that the majority of DNA sampled did not match any living organism currently known to science.
The National Sleep Foundation analyzed sleep study data over the past decade to develop its recommendations based on age groups.
Researchers find that fructose may be more harmful than other sugars when it comes to its effect on blood sugar levels and insulin resistance.
Shared mobile health app will allow doctors to monitor a patient's health in real-time — and intervene before a hospital visit is needed.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.