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Germs can transfer almost instantly to food dropped on the floor, study shows
Findings highlight need for certain women to discuss hormone therapy with their doctor, researchers say
In 2015, government surveys show, 16% of high schoolers and 5% of middle-schoolers used e-cigarettes (up from 1.5% and 0.6% in 2011), making them by far the most popular tobacco product among youth.
How one self-described 'regular guy' changed his health habits after diagnosis.
Your response to anger is a habit that's embedded in your brain. But you can train your brain to respond to anger constructively.
For school-age kids, maintaining a healthy weight is as important as earning good grades -- maybe more so.
If the herb garden held a popularity contest, basil would likely win first place. This aromatic herb is a late-summer favorite, especially when paired with ripe tomatoes or blended into pesto. These lovely leaves are surprisingly wholesome too.
Even before babies have teeth, their mouths need care to protect against damage and decay later in life. Here's some expert advice.
Both presidential candidates released some personal health information Wednesday, with doctors for both stating they are healthy and fit to serve.
But the research did not prove cause-and-effect
Booze linked to atrial fibrillation, a dangerous condition that raises stroke risk
Survival rates are all high, but watchful waiting is linked to some cancer spread, British study reports
But study couldn't determine why white male patients were more likely to get tPA in hospital
Found to protect about 90 percent of adults age 70 and up
Teen “vaping” (using e-cigarettes) is on the rise. What are the health risks?
Odds rise even higher when kids have more than one food allergy, researchers say
One-time application was highly effective in animal trials, but more study needed, researchers say
Regions of mentally sharp older folks don't shrink like their peers with memory loss do, study finds
Chemicals come from everyday products such as furniture, carpeting, electronics and toys, researchers say
The lifesaving drugs 'only work if they are taken,' CDC director says