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Wed, Oct 01, 2014 11:55 AM
These intriguing maps offer a snapshot of jogging routes in a few major cities. But do they also say something about who's running?
Researchers have found that even blind children make the same type of angry face without having ever seen it before.
Food workers, especially those who work with flour, have a greater risk of occupational asthma than those who work with cleaning agents or agricultural chemicals, study finds.
The benefits of cumulative exercise are well-documented. Here are ways to get yours in today.
Windshields and cabin windows don't do enough to protect flight crews from UV radiation, say experts.
From headaches to anxiety, your aches can be eased using this ancient Chinese healing method.
After spending 6 months sweating over the sauna's original design, goCstudio begins fundraising for Seattle's first floating shvitz shack.
New research finds that viewers consumed more calories watching an action movie than less-distracting programming.
Actor says his inspiration for the fast-talking, lanky character came directly from the animal kingdom.
Production of the medicine takes time and needs large-scale facilities, facilities that ZMapp's researchers lack.
Nonprofit encourages supporters to go the extra mile this September by running, walking, and cycling to end childhood cancer.
Depending on how much time you spend inside, that cool blast of air can leave you dried out.
The simple yet profund theory of Multiple Intelligences says there's more to genius than a high IQ.
Clap your hands. You don't need pesticides to get rid of these annoying insects.
From the questions you need to ask, to the things to look for on-site, here's how to find a nursing home to care for your loved ones.
New report urges more regulation on the sales, advertising, and policies surrounding the $3 billion e-cigarette industry.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.