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Thu, Jan 29, 2015 1:52 PM
Facebook addiction differs from substance addiction in that part of the brain responsible for inhibition isn't shut down by using Facebook.
Actor goes under the knife again to have a basal cell carcinoma removed from his nose.
It may sound too good to be true, but there are things your brain can absorb while you're getting your 40 winks.
Ebola is a messy disease that requires strict procedures for dealing with its hazardous refuse.
Avoiding the dreaded colonoscopy? This new home screening test makes testing for colon cancer a breeze.
Think your 20-minute daily cardio workout is enough to balance all the sitting and driving you do? Trainer to the stars Harley Pasternak says think again.
When you remember, you're actually recreating that memory using small clues, and sometimes your brain has false cues.
Flavanols found in cocoa beans and other foods, like tea and certain vegetables, can increase the connections between neurons.
Researchers identify a genetic variant common to Hispanic women that may reduce their risk.
Cancer cure: 5 out of 6 mice transplanted with human cancers showed complete regression after receiving the drug, and with little to no side effects.
Using natural light and darkness can improve your sleep at night and your energy during the day.
Brain scans help doctors understand the underlying cause of the winter blues.
Looking for relief from allergy congestion? Skip the supplements and reach for that jar of Sriracha.
Science and Japanese tradition suggest that your blood type can reveal much about your personality and your health.
People who have come into contact with the doctor have been quarantined, and health officials continue to stress the difficulty in contracting Ebola.
Particulate matter measured near the course was well above the level considered safe for breathing.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.