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Thu, Oct 30, 2014 10:00 AM
The U.S.saw some gains in its gender equality ranking, but it's still not even in the top 10 worldwide.
Video: A recent survey by the American Dietetic Association finds that office refrigerators can be a breeding ground for germs.
When fat breaks down during weight loss, persistent organic pollutants get into the blood stream.
Children with the highest levels of these compounds in their blood had higher levels of total cholesterol and "bad cholesterol."
Evidence shows that body fluids contain an enzyme that fights off invading bacteria.
Feeling faint at the sight of red stuff is an evolutionary trick of self-protection.
The search giant's infestation was exposed by an employee's Tweet.
Patients in need of a kidney would get added to waiting list sooner if they've already had another organ transplant.
An outgunned FDA gets tough as pharmaceutical companies get creative.
Particles and gases can be damaging to health, yet indoor air is not regulated.
The chances of developing esophageal cancer after taking bisphosphonates are much smaller than from causes like being obese, smoking or drinking.
Early menarche has been tied to a number of health risks,in addition to asthma, including heart disease and breast cancer.
Video: Volunteers help scientists understand birds and changing habitats.
E-cigarettes are made of plastic and metal and heat a liquid nicotine solution in a disposable cartridge, creating vapor to inhale.
Morieka Johnson has found the spot where frugality meets fitness.
People are putting their health and life savings at risk to travel to private clinics for unproven and potentially dangerous stem cell treatments.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.