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Thu, May 28, 2015 7:17 PM
Though it sounds terrifying, the bizarre virus could actually be enlisted to help cure human ailments.
A growing body of research suggests exercise can provide a powerful buffer against anxiety and depression.
New research finds an interesting link between an outgoing nature and a healthy immune system.
Doctors have a difficult time telling the difference between the vertebrae of humans with lower back pain and chimpanzee vertebrae.
Fine-particle pollution led to a decrease in brain volume 'equivalent to about one year of brain aging.'
The 'twin' is actually a teratoma, a type of tumor made up of abnormal germ cells.
Comedian says though her eyesight is weakened, she will not be going blind any time soon.
Actor, who previously shed 30 pounds for his role in 'Nightcrawler,' had six months to reinvent his body to portray a professional boxer.
Exercise is good, but without changes to your diet, your weight won't budge, say British researchers.
Exposure to orange- and pink-colored lights — like those found in a sunset — may help you get a better night's sleep.
Health care workers get trained to tackle outbreaks, disasters and other public health concerns.
Find out about the symptoms of listeria infection and how you can keep your family safe.
Researchers have been translating the papyrus documents since their discovery about a century ago.
Researchers remain skeptical that their research will change anti-vaccine perceptions.
Could maple syrup help to slow the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria?
Yoga isn't just for the ladies — and marketers know it.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.