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Thu, Dec 19, 2013 11:59 AM
A potential link between the two doesn't mean that anti-inflammatory medication will help angry people, but it could point in new directions for research.
Video: Family, friends and colleagues worry that CBS reporter may suffer from a neurological disorder because of her jumbled coverage at the Grammy Awards.
Jeff Hanneman is forced to pull out of upcoming tour after being hospitalized with necrotizing fasciitis, a rare infection.
American research in places like Sierra Leone aims to limit the vulnerability of western interests to biological agents.
Discover all the physical perks of a romantic relationship.
It's time for some navel-gazing with a couple of researchers and a collector.
Practical tips for getting rid of the black stuff.
The fitness community has embraced the first lady's "Let's Move" program, but many health experts balk at equating improving health with lowering weight.
This so-called 'love hormone' always seems to get a publicity boost around Feb. 14, but research suggests that oxytocin isn't all roses and heart-shaped chocolates.
The study found that people who used two specific varieties of pesticide were 2.5 times as likely to develop Parkinson's disease.
Smoking pot may have long-term impacts on men's sexual health, but research is lacking, according to a new review. Here's what scientists do know.
You could try gargling, or drinking some tea, or even indulging in a frozen treat.
New data reveals a disturbing trend in stroke cases among young and middle-aged Americans.
Epidemics in recent years, such as SARS and the H1N1 swine flu, are estimated to have caused billions of dollars in economic costs.
Fruits and vegetables are rich in antioxidants, which are thought to reduce airway inflammation, but not all research has found the link.
New survey reaffirms that public wants clean air, health protections.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.