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Thu, May 17, 2012 4:52 PM
I don't like using lotion-based sunscreens, but I protect my skin in other ways.
Currently, there is no cure for either Sturge-Weber syndrome or port wine stains.
A runny nose is such an ordinary complaint that most people ignore cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea at first.
The study findings provide even more evidence that BPA may change men's sex hormone levels.
Fluoride may be preventing all sorts of bacteria from being able to latch onto your teeth.
You can leave the stuffy gym behind for any of these fun outdoor activities, so step away from the treadmill.
New tome features easy-to-make delicious vegetarian recipes merged with gorgeous photos and personal stories.
Weight gain was associated with increases in both impulsive and thoughtful behaviors.
New FDA plan would require more restrictions on the manufacture and use of tanning beds.
'It's not me,' says the famous doctor, who never endorses specific brands. If you see his name or picture on a product, don't buy it.
Skip the stretching and forget the sports drinks. Modern research is proving that many commonly held fitness beliefs just aren't true.
A study finds that children whose parents spit-cleaned their pacifiers had reduced rates of allergy, asthma and eczema.
At the annual Maldon Mud Race, competitors get decked out before wallowing in the muck along the banks of River Blackwater in Essex, England.
Video: Aimee Copeland was not expected to survive after contracting a rare flesh-eating bacteria last year, but she is now doing well and helping to inspire others.
There's plenty of debate about whether contraception should be more easily available in the U.S., from the pill to the morning-after pill.
Research has suggested that the recent economic downturn, as well as a rise in access to prescription painkillers may be contributing factors to the uptick.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.