Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Fri, Apr 17, 2015 11:26 AM
These instructors are inspirational, and they've changed the world in their own particular ways.
Genetic engineering is turning formerly dangerous viruses into beneficial agents that disarm cancer cells and expose them to the body's immune system.
A permission slip before 6th graders can eat an Oreo sparks thoughts about allergy safety and much more.
Want to get a handle on your life expectancy? Take a deep breath and read on.
Actress reveals how she ramped up her cardiovascular health with no trainer and plenty of green juice.
PBS miniseries explores the history and science behind the disease and what's being done to cure it.
'Insurgent' star is right about bugs, but it's hard to wrap your head around it.
New research shows that exercise may slow tumor growth and make the cancer more susceptible to chemotherapy drugs.
Sometimes we laugh with people just because we like them, not because they said something funny.
The hygiene expert doesn't look at a house they way you do. Prepare for some surprises.
Study finds that flashy, promiscuous males are more likely to pass on genetic flaws — at least in birds.
New designs do a better job of mimicking ocean conditions in a controlled environment.
Actress, who had double mastectomy in 2013, elected to have further surgery based on her family history and presence of the BRCA1 gene.
New report from WHO concludes that popular product is more dangerous in industrial farm settings.
Yes, you can. It's called cold urticaria. (And you thought you hated winter.)
New research uncovers how common pollutants alter allergens to make them more potent.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.