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Thu, Oct 23, 2014 2:59 PM
Particulate matter measured near the course was well above the level considered safe for breathing.
A little discomfort is normal during exercising, but too much could mean trouble.
Former 'Dancing with the Stars' host says she's ready to get on with 'the best part of her life.'
Only 4 percent of Americans consume sodium within the recommended range, about 2,300 mg daily.
Some experts say the use of the ZMapp drug could do more to harm patients while others cite the ability to perform controlled trials on infected patients as an upside.
Surfing has its roots firmly in the ocean, but these freshwater versions also have a healthy, albeit smaller, following.
If you're one of the 9 percent of men and 6 percent of women who have had at least one kidney stone in their lives, take this 11-question test to determine your risk.
Actor reveals that committing to a healthier lifestyle placed him in a 'different mode' physically and mentally.
Everyone gets the blues from time to time, but there’s a real difference between general sadness and clinical depression.
Hearing things that don't exist? You're not alone. Find out the causes of tinittus, plus treatment options and how to prevent it in the first place.
People who smile to give the appearance of being happy may come to associate smiling with unhappiness.
School administrators said kids just didn't want to eat the healthy lunches required under the federal program.
This powerhouse veggie includes compounds that will enable you to run further — but incorporating it into your diet should be done carefully.
Link was strongest in young girls, but researchers found that fitness can help boys fight off the blues, too.
Would you be happier if you were skinnier? One study says maybe not.
Think you know everything there is to know about this classic race? Time to hit the ground running.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.