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Wed, Oct 01, 2014 12:49 PM
Forget Florida! Norway is the place for splendor in one's dotage, according to a new ranking — though Switzerland, Canada and Germany are hot on its heels.
The Toxoplasma gondii parasite could be used by jump-starting certain immune system cells that are normally shut down by cancer cells.
The CDC suggests that pediatricians administer the HPV vaccine when teens also receive pertussis and meningococcal vaccines.
Competitors must consume anywhere from 6,000 to 9,000 calories every day during the epic 2,200-mile bicycle race.
Take a look at the prevention, treatment, and elimination tools that could completely eradicate malaria in our lifetime.
Past epidemics of malaria and the flu have devastated other tribes in the area as they lack immunity to such diseases.
Patients with lower back pain may want to switch to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs to achieve some relief.
Animal rights org promises a $6,000 donation to the 'House of Cards' star's UK theater company if he follows through.
Watch these two 'hustle for the muscle' to try and get America into shape.
There’s a new mosquito-borne virus in town, and it has some experts worried.
Caffeine powder is lethal in small doses, yet it is unregulated by the FDA and can be purchased easily wherever energy drinks are sold.
Many of the sites where these genes are active are associated with sending signals between the brain and cells in the body.
Thousands turn to social media to support Sierra Sandison and the growing #ShowMeYourPump trend.
How well do you really know your pearly whites? Take our quiz and test your teeth smarts.
With hookah smoking increasing in popularity, more work needs to be done to inform teens and young adults about the risks.
About 100 researchers, health workers and activists who died on the Malaysia Air flight were en route to a global AIDS conference in Australia.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.