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Study found kids who were exposed to one or both before the age of 3 were more likely to be diagnosed by 6
Increasing lower-calorie choices improves sales growth and traffic, study says
New study states forget the Mars-Venus divide; the thinking of men and women tend to overlap
Combination of approaches appears to give the most relief, researchers say
Small study found no side effects from treatment
The standard advice about which types of fats are good for heart health is under debate again.
But, experts still advise older adults to get vaccinated
Find out the secrets behind a good kiss, and how you can become a better kisser.
But, experts say small study is not conclusive, tobacco smoking may have clouded results
Choosing products like safflower oil may be less heart-healthy than believed
Preliminary study suggests sugary sodas help delay intoxication
Almost a third of patients didn't get palliative care until final three days of life, often after ICU stay
Trying to be Supermom? Sometimes it can be overwhelming work. WebMD shares what good moms do that makes them special and provides tips for silencing the critics.
Study detects no differences in late-stage cancer diagnoses with 2-year interval
Women estimated to have more exposure to UV-B rays had decreased risk, researchers say
Healthy young men who watch TV for more than 20 hours a week have almost half the sperm count of men who watch very little television, according to a new study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Large study found supplement use most often a personal choice, not a doctor recommendation
Study did not find similar threat to women, however
From child development experts: How to spot a spoiled child, and what to do about it.