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Sat, Jan 31, 2015 7:01 AM
Bizarre experiments from the 1960's revealed how the right and left brain hemispheres work, and continue to enlighten psychologists today.
Jason Brown, a former standout center for the St. Louis Rams, is pursuing a life of giving back with a 1,000-acre farm in North Carolina.
Contrary to popular belief, fat does not get converted to muscle. Nor does it simply disappear.
Study explores how positive personal perception can manifest itself in a lower mortality rate.
Bees already provide pollination expertise and honey and now there's a new reason to love them.
E-cigs are perceived as a cheaper and safer alternative, creating an easy entry point for those who would otherwise be unlikely to pick up any kind of smoking habit.
An international team featuring a mathematician and an engineer — but no doctor — has created a computer algorithm that greatly advances the treatment of epilepsy.
Looking at 318 Darwin Award cases, researchers found that almost 89 percent were male, supporting the theory that 'men are idiots, and idiots do stupid things.'
Actress describes motherhood as 'very, very magical,' but equally 'exhausting.'
New study finds that BPA may have a direct and immediate impact on your cardiovascular health.
Are these tiny health monitors worth the money or just another piece of technology best left on the shelf?
New research suggests that a vitamin D deficiency might be the real culprit behind the winter blues.
Properly regulating this stress hormone can be beneficial for your overall health.
It's not a medical diagnosis, but you know this muscle pain when you feel it. Here's what it is and how to ease the ache.
An international team of researchers has identified a drug that could help to save hundreds of thousands of lives each year.
We apologize, but it's for a good reason: This great song is the perfect beat for CPR.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.