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Fri, Apr 24, 2015 11:07 AM
The 'twin' is actually a teratoma, a type of tumor made up of abnormal germ cells.
The eating began over the holidays — and it never really stopped. But don't freak out; you can stem the tide.
A sauna session offers many of the same health benefits as exercise - and you don't have to move a muscle.
Yale research introduces a new product that may help the 60 million Americans who have acid reflux.
There's an optimal length for eyelashes, but can they be too long?
The maker of a 'chocolate shooter' claims sniffing up cocoa can give you a bit of a high, but doctors insist this is nonsense.
If a test demonstrates that a baby is not yet allergic or sensitive to peanuts, parents should feed the child 2 grams of peanut protein a few times a week for about three years.
New research supports the theory that an overly clean environment could be harmful to kids.
People who imagine situations where their problems go away or dwell on problems are more likely to experience physical health problems.
It's possible to 'catch' emotions from others, even from people online.
A new deadly virus has emerged in the Midwestern U.S., spread by tick and insect bites.
The same pigment that absorbs the sun's rays may play a role in what happens after you come inside.
Is your urine gold, brown or even pink or blue? Here's what it means.
Traces of peanut protein were found in cumin that was sold as cumin spice and also used in spice mixes and packaged foods.
New study suggests that we've got it all wrong when it comes to fat consumption, and the panel working on reshaping dietary guidelines seems to agree.
No, we don't mean chowing down on a jar of mashed peas and carrots.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.