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Fri, Dec 20, 2013 3:15 PM
These apps can help you get your downward dog on wherever, whenever.
We talk to psychologists about how the family members of shooters like Jared Loughner are affected and their road to recovery.
The ambulance is equipped with a special stretcher that can hold 850 pounds and a hydraulic lift with a 1,000 pound capacity.
Among 71 women with polycystic ovary syndrome, researchers found that they had higher blood levels of BPA, compared with 100 healthy women.
Hip-hop artist made dietary change under the advice of Tibetan doctors.
They may be pretty to look at, but bottle rockets can also cause serious eye injuries if children are not properly supervised when using the fireworks.
Violent rhetoric can make people more comfortable with actual violence, researchers say, but whether it can drive someone to violence is harder to determine.
Depressed? Blame Blue Monday. The third Monday after the new year begins is traditionally the saddest day of the year.
A new study confirms that time spent surfing the Internet is as bad for your heart as time spent watching TV.
Here's a look at some of the most common types of allergies — from milk to pet dander — and how to cope with them.
These plants filter hazardous chemicals from the air. Improve your air quality the natural way.
Researchers have created a device to cancel out the high-pitch buzz of a dentist's drill that is the prime cause of anxiety about the toothy appointment.
People infected with H1N1 made antibodies that could protect them from all seasonal H1N1 strains, 1918's "Spanish flu" and a strain of H5N1 avian flu.
Eating the right foods can help boost your immune system and your chances of surviving cold and flu season without a sniffl
The drugs, known as "atypical antipsychotics," are increasingly used to treat conditions like bipolar disorder, depression and even autism.
Health officials said Americans get fluoride in so many sources now, such as toothpaste and mouth rinses, that it makes sense to lower levels in water.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.