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Tue, Sep 30, 2014 12:50 PM
Researchers speculate that certain types of antibiotics may affect the body's ability to process calories.
Video: State Senate Majority Leader Dean Florez of California, who introduced a soda tax bill, explains why it's necessary to fight obesity.
Video: The Dailybeast.com holds the Couch Potato Olympics. Msnbc's Alex Witt talks with fitness expert Denise Austin.
Video: A new report offers a detailed look at the nation's health from pre-natal care to the availability of health food grocery stores. NBC's Tracie Potts reports.
The gene is shared by humans and ancestral metazoans, and it could reveal important clues about what causes cancer.
Everyone loves a sweet treat every now and then, but new research shows that an abnormally strong sweet tooth in children may be a precursor to alcoholism.
New research suggests Botox injections may hinder a patient's recognition of anger, sadness.
Even with hours of rigorous training daily, many top Olympic athletes find time to help the environment, too.
Oil refineries provide one of the building blocks of modern life, but they belch all kinds of pollution in the process.
Video: Jared Dienst, along with parents and NBC's chief medical editor, Nancy Snyderman, speak with TODAY's Matt Lauer about the difficulties of diagnosing a child who is suffering from a stroke.
Video: Inspired by her recent assignment in devastated Haiti, NBC's chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman explains the power of simplicity to TODAY's Matt Lauer.
Food and yoga go hand in hand in new trend, but traditionalists question if meat and wine should be part of the program.
Video: Can cracking your knuckles lead to arthritis? Can jumping rope weaken your bones? Prevention magazine's Courtenay Smith debunks health-related tales.
Officials worry that this easily acquired toxin will become a biological weapon.
People with high levels of PFOA are more likely to have thyroid problems, researchers say.
Judge rules that the devices should be regulated as tobacco products rather than as drug or medical devices.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.