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Thu, Aug 21, 2014 6:37 PM
We often hear about the negative impacts of stress, but some stress is necessary—and even healthy.
A new study reveals that if you don't kill your TV, it may just kill you.
These extreme sports require nothing more than the shoes on your feet and the desire to do something different. How's that for minimal eco-impact?
Australian researcher finds that those who live with a mate will gain pounds, regardless of marriage or number of births.
A decades-old federal provision keeps some chemicals in common products a secret from the public and regulators.
Researchers blame global warming, increased urbanization and environmental disruption.
Video: Feeling under the weather? Fitness magazine's Pam O'Brien joins the Today show's Jenna Wolf to talk about foods that can get you back on your feet.
Scientists say specialized proteins that cause mad cow disease are lifeless but can still evolve.
Matt Hickman is happy to help find eco-minded dentists -- as long as it doesn't require him to sit in one of those chairs.
Video: Doctors in Colorado call it a Christmas miracle: A mother and her lifeless baby suddenly come back to life after an emergency delivery. The Today show's Lester Holt reports.
Video: Popular supplement has been touted as a memory booster since the 1970s, but a new study casts doubt on its on its effectiveness.
The discovery brings optimism that a cure for prostate cancer could be right around the corner.
Endurance athlete Katie Spotz trying to raise awareness about clean drinking water.
Recent investigation finds that more than 8,500 schools in the U.S. had no kitchens inspections last year.
New research finds that living near an airport can increase rates of stroke, high blood pressure, heart disease and depression.
Scientists at Cancer Genome Project want to decode the DNA for a tumor cell to better identify the mutations.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.