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Fri, May 10, 2013 4:23 PM
Ticklish laughter activates the hypothalamus, a part of the brain involved in regulating many functions, including visceral reactions.
Malaria affects a quarter of a billion people worldwide, and claims upward of 850,000 lives every year,
Photographer and activist Sebastian Copeland has started a perilous 1,367-mile trek across Greenland to draw attention to global warming.
FDA warns consumers to avoid Vita Breath, an asthma supplement that claims to promote 'better health' but actually contains problem levels of lead.
Beached whale survives thanks to golfer's quick thinking.
Here are 8 tips for helping dogs that suffer from allergies.
Video: A group of extreme dudes walk on water as part of a new sport.
Got California rolls from the grocery stores for a healthy lunch? Check to see if your meal's rolled with high fructose corn syrup.
Video: Kent Jones reports on a controversy surrounding the 100th anniversary of the Swiss Yodeling Association when organizers suggested backing performing yodelers with recorded voices.
18 Rabbits makes delicious granola using only simple ingredients you can recognize -- like organic coconut, California almonds, and Straus butter.
New report says toxic chemicals are causing Americans 'grievous harm' that could be prevented by better government oversight.
Just five minutes of exercise can boost your mood and self-esteem -- if the workout happens where you're exposed to nature.
Dr. Gina Solomon provides answers to health questions raised by the oil rig explosion in the Gulf and the efforts being made to contain it.
If your cat has allergies, here are some expert tips for helping them survive allergy season.
Slate raises (and answers) a series of offbeat eco-questions: What's more green — shooting heroin or taking meth? What about using spermicide or popping birth control pills? Inquiring green minds want to know.
Parabens are commonly used in cosmetics, but some researchers still view them as a cancer risk.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.