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Tue, Mar 11, 2014 8:04 AM
New research shows that as many as 99.6 percent of lice are now at least somewhat resistant to traditional lice treatments.
We caught up with one woman who's made it her mission to turn the tournament green.
A plastic surgeon noticed that patients were headache-free after receiving forehead lifts and a surgical 'cure' to migraine headaches was born.
Here are five questions you need to ask to uncover whether your gym is eco-friendly.
The FDA has now confirmed that the disgusting sludge a man poured from a freshly opened Pepsi can was a dead frog or toad.
In the fight against swine flu, officials have unleashed a blockbuster ally: Elmo, the fuzzy Sesame Street character who's teaching kids to wash their hands.
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How did MSNBC's Rachel Maddow spend her summer vacation? Holed up in bed with the swine flu.
Obama says that while the government is preparing for a possible swine flu outbreak, local authorities, businesses and families should also prepare a plan of action.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman shares some critical information for expectant mothers about swine flu.
Atlanta resident Sam Moody gave up his car and took public transit to work, losing an incredible 70 pounds in the process.
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In a small ranching town, nearly a third of wells were found to be contaminated. Pavillion, Wyoming, has now become ground zero in a national debate.
Devereaux Bell explains how healthcare reform could be good for the environment.
Vanessa willingly offers herself as bait to a faithful reader.
A government study deemed Gardasil safe for cervical cancer prevention, but questions remain about complications and effectiveness.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.