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Wed, Sep 17, 2014 1:35 PM
The supplement, which has been shown to help ease jet lag, has found increasing popularity among parents as a sleep aid for restless children.
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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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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.
Drug compound called salinomycin selectively targets and kills stem cells that cause tumors to grow.
113-year-old World War I veteran was buried with full military honors.
Decreased sunlight in the winter could be a contributing factor to flu season.
Is this the latest tax scheme to help fund renewable energy and health care?
Marathons, triathlons, 10Ks and other races are taking more and more steps to shrink their environmental footprints.
A new study on rhesus monkeys suggests people could live longer and fend off disease with calorie-restricted diets.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.