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Tue, Jul 22, 2014 4:33 PM
There’s a new mosquito-borne virus in town, and it has some experts worried.
A new report from the American Lung Association finds that nearly 148 million Americans breathe unhealthy air.
A new study suggests that trauma has effects on certain regions of the brain, but that these effects are also potentially reversible.
Feminine features are more attractive in healthy countries, perhaps because relatively masculine features indicate a better chance for survival.
Special breathing techniques, sleep trackers and even something as basic as counting backwards can help remedy your sleep-related stress.
The answer might have an impact on how we vaccinate against future pandemics.
Marijuana helps with muscle spasms and stiffness in MS, but it can also worsen the memory loss symptoms associated with MS.
Need to gain a few pounds? Put down the potato chips and check out these tips to keep you healthy while you put on pounds.
Researchers theorize that the patients' young age makes them more susceptible to the negative effects of antidepressants.
A new survey finds that the vast majority of kids would be willing to make changes in their own lifestyle if it meant their parents' health would benefit.
From composers to writers to students, a quick stroll around the block can get the creative juices flowing.
Matt Lauer and the gang sample Beyond Meat's plant-based chicken — and come away impressed.
It turns out that the length of time you nap can impact the health benefits you gain from your snooze.
Actress says she made the change because she needed more energy to juggle her career and motherhood.
New regulations mark the first significant changes in policy on coal dust since 1969.
While a new study cannot a cause-and-effect relationship between marijuana and heart problems, the findings underscore the need for more research on the topic.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.