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Fri, Aug 22, 2014 3:47 PM
Health officials say the plague is unlikely to spread, but locals should be on the lookout for symptoms and take precautions with their pets.
Would you be happier if you were skinnier? One study says maybe not.
Think you know everything there is to know about this classic race? Time to hit the ground running.
The new study will give physicians better cancer-risk estimates and to provide more accurate advice to women who have inherited PALB2 mutations.
Smoking rates were highest for those whose habit likely caused their cancer.
'Avatar' director adds that dreams are also a great resource for the alien imagery he invents on screen.
Certain genetic markers that bolster patients' immune systems can help them outlast the deadly virus.
Sometimes movements that are barely noticeable can have the most profound effect, as these simple concepts show.
The search giant plans to use its considerable computing prowess to mine the vast streams of data from wearable tech and previous studies to determine a new baseline for healthy.
Cases of deadly skin cancer have increased 200 percent since the early '70s.
Here's how to build muscle and get fit in the comfort of your own home, no special gear required.
Malformed teeth in tumors, caused by odontoma, typically don't cause problems for patients unless they're growing into nerves.
The flavorful herb has been found to kill cancer cells in tests.
Grasping hands spreads a lot more bacteria than knocking knuckles, a new study finds.
New study explains how a fear developed during a traumatic event can affect your offspring.
Due to Ebola's 'intimate, hands-on' transmission needs, it's unlikely that the virus could get very far in the U.S. once patients are identified.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.