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Thu, Apr 24, 2014 8:30 AM
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.
Bullied children don't feel as good about themselves and experience more negative emotions as time passes.
Comedian has been trying hard to lose weight after suffering a heart attack in 2012.
No, we haven't swapped reality for the world depicted in the film 'Sleeper,' but low-fat dairy isn't a great weight-loss tool after all.
Plenty of other negative emotions, like anxiety, sadness, guilt, and confusion are present in our oftentimes complex bad dreams.
Many smokers report depression and anxiety as they attempt to quit smoking, but these are often just withdrawal symptoms that taper off in time.
The rare condition, dubbed 'immigration delay disease,' stumped researchers until they met one extremely rare family.
Researchers learn that vanity trumps health when it comes to teaching teens to wear sunscreen.
Actor has been committed to keeping his body ready for the grueling workouts needed to once again transform into the Man of Steel.
When fungi are moved from their natural hiding places, the results can be harmful to humans.
This gentle, hands-on cradling releases tensions deep inside the body to reduce pain and dysfunction.
From wrestler Diamond Dallas Page to the New York Giants, these sun-saluting stars may surprise you.
The former NBC News anchor, who is battling blood cancer, says he's 'the luckiest guy I know.'
Things get heavier when you feel powerless, a feeling that is influenced even by how you sit in a chair.
The power of suggestion has been shown to work for exercise too.
Women ages 40 to 65 keep on having sex, especially if they're white, educated, and have a partner, according to a new study.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.