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Wed, Apr 16, 2014 2:05 PM
A new study links marijuana use with abnormalities in two key regions in the brain, but scientists are unsure if these changes are ultimately harmful.
Employees claim they developed cancer after exposure to radiation and benzene in chip factories.
An increase in allergy sufferers since 1980 is linked to a corresponding rise in use of antibacterial soap and other germ-killing methods.
The White House Conference on America's Great Outdoors and it will focus on a new generation of people who are taking conservation into their own hands.
MLB becomes first major sports program to implement a league-wide green data collection program.
You'll spend a third of your life in bed. But mattresses and bedding may contain harsh -- and possibly harmful -- chemicals. Here's how to rest healthier and easier.
The safest way to wash your hands is with regular soap, water and 20 seconds of scrubbing.
No one likes itchy bug bites, but using harmful chemicals to avoid them stinks, too. Check out these easy tips for having fewer mosquito encounters.
Video: David Zinczenko, author of 'Drink This, Not That!' and Today nutritionist Madelyn Fernstrom discuss whether taxing sugary carbonated drinks can improve Americans' health.
From uniforms made out of recycled materials to eco-friendly community events, the NBA is going green during 'NBA Green Week.'
Video: Dr. Roshini Raj offers advice for combating the painful symptoms associated with spring allergies and explains how to reduce your contact with pollen, grass and ragweed.
The portable device takes less than 10 minutes to perform the test, and it could revolutionize how HIV is monitored in remote regions of Africa.
Dutch research finds blood protein in some cigarette filters, an ingredient that currently can be hidden in the catch-all term 'processing aids.'
New study finds the same chemical mechanisms that push people to drug addiction fuel the compulsion to overeat.
Video: From allergies to sunblock, Dr. Nancy Snyderman separates fact from fiction as the weather begins to warm up.
The forecast calls for earlier and longer hay fever seasons.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.