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Thu, Oct 30, 2014 6:25 PM
Scientists are surprised to find that the virus can jump from one taxonomic kingdom to another.
Researchers identify a chemical in the plant that might improve certain behavioral symptoms associated with autism spectrum disorder.
It's not yet clear how a Dallas nurse acquired the virus, which is spread through contact with an infected person's bodily fluids.
Ebola may be dominating the headlines, but these are the illnesses that deserve your attention.
Breast cancer community criticizes Susan G. Komen foundation's decision to partner with an oilfield service company.
Take-home tests offer sleep apnea sufferers a more pleasant alternative to hospital lab studies.
Participating in a task with others makes it more intense, new research finds.
Berkeley researchers find that grapefruit juice stems weight loss by 18 percent in mice and may be as effective as diabetes drugs in lowering glucose.
Research is finding that the friendly bacteria might be useful in treating high blood pressure, anxiety, eczema and other maladies.
Actor says that while the restricted diet and rigorous workout regimen were rough, the physical transformation of his body made it all worth it.
Seeking a dignified exit, a young newlywed decides not to leave her end date to fate.
New CDC survey finds that life expectancy in the U.S. has reached an all-time high.
A new study is the first to show that a natural product can directly target a virus.
Actor, who dropped 35 pounds, says he has more energy and stamina thanks to some very simple changes.
Unlike CrossFit for adults, CrossFit Kids programs are about building confidence, not muscle.
Actor gained 40 pounds of muscle in an effort to accurately portray the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.