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Fri, Mar 07, 2014 3:48 PM
Actor says he went on a liquid diet for his role in the upcoming crime drama 'The Gambler.'
While a vitamin D supplement did ease pain in patients, it did not improve other fibromyalgia symptoms, including anxiety and depression.
The latest in miracle weight loss supplements, Garcinia cambogia actually appears to have some science to back it up. Here's the skinny.
Food and Drug Administration asks health care providers to stop prescribing medications with more than 325 mg of acetaminophen.
Almost 40 percent of families with kids on the autism spectrum turn to alternative medicine for treatment, study finds.
First lady describes how she plans to change up her fitness routine to reach her goal of '50 and fabulous.'
A safe virus is injected under the retina with a fine needle to deliver genes that will prevent cells from degenerating.
Twice-daily quiet time proves to have a dramatic impact on high school and middle-school students.
The new study may help improve therapies for children with autism who have communication difficulties.
New study finds that pumping iron can cut a woman's risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by up to one-third.
Find out the surprising culprit behind this phenomenon.
Video: Michael De Beyer has put his Texas restaurant up for sale to help pay for medical treatments for 19-year-old employee Brittany Mathis.
The medical community is not convinced of the potential health benefits of cow urine, even with some studies show an impact on diabetes in rats.
The new SAGE test does not diagnose dementia, but it can start a conversation between potential at-risk patients and their doctors.
Small, concrete changes that can easily be incorporated into a daily routine are the keys to success.
It's no less healthy than riding the subway in shorts.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.