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Thu, May 21, 2015 4:43 PM
These good-for-you foods have some interesting odoriferous side effects.
Would you take a test to determine if you'll develop cancer — even if you couldn't stop the disease?
Exercise has been proven to help those with anxiety issues.
Researchers were able to analyze these chemical markers to also diagnosis diabetes.
Vangardist magazine's special edition was safely created to draw attention to the social stigma associated with HIV.
The rash of pneumonic plague cases originated with an infected pit bull.
CrowdMed uses crowdsourcing to solve medical mysteries with no apparent answers.
What do you know about your kidneys? They don't get the acclaim of the brain or the heart, but these small organs work nonstop to keep you healthy.
Studies have shown specific ways in which spending time hiking around in a forest makes us both mentally and physically more healthy.
American Lung Association's annual report looks at soot and smog — and many cities don't fare well.
When patients with chronic depression are given the tools to combat depression, they are able to stave it off without medication, new research shows.
A growing body of research suggests exercise can provide a powerful buffer against anxiety and depression.
New research finds an interesting link between an outgoing nature and a healthy immune system.
Doctors have a difficult time telling the difference between the vertebrae of humans with lower back pain and chimpanzee vertebrae.
Fine-particle pollution led to a decrease in brain volume 'equivalent to about one year of brain aging.'
The 'twin' is actually a teratoma, a type of tumor made up of abnormal germ cells.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.