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Fri, Dec 13, 2013 12:30 PM
A new study shows that sensory neurons in the nose can adapt to recognize smells that accompany danger.
Scientists look at our different emotion-regulating strategies.
IBD rates rose during the 20th century in industrialized countries, and rates appear to be increasing in developing nations.
'I've always been healthy, and I've worked all my life,' says Antisa Khvichava.
Find safe and effective sunscreens by shopping with a little help from Environmental Working Group's new iPhone app.
Stress produces a hormone called leptin, but it acts differently in mice than it does in humans.
Scared of sunscreens that leave you looking ghostly? Sunumbra will give you sun protection minus the whitish sheen.
The rare operation was conducted on a 35-year-old man with a genetic disorder and was the first to involve so many different parts of the face.
Nearly one in 10 adults under the age of 64 had a heart procedure involving radiation over a three-year period in five major healthcare markets.
Men in their 50s are six times less likely to use a condom than men in their 20s.
A cute new animated video reveals the dirty tactics behind the toxic chemical lobby.
Birds like sparrows and thrushes carry various forms of bird flu and could potentially spread the viruses to pigs and poultry.
New research suggests it may be possible to identify those at risk of becoming mentally ill before they develop symptoms.
The off-label use of a steroid in pregnant women has medical professionals questioning what's safe and ethical.
Check out this list of 11 products with pure, topical ingredients from nature.
You know to use that cucumber in soups and salads, but it can also be the star in a number of different tasks.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.