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Should we forget the 5-second rule and hand sanitizer and learn to live with germs and bacteria? Experts say germs may be good for us.
But FDA assessment calls for further look at injectable type-2 treatments
Combined with two other simple screenings, all cases of head injury were caught, researchers report
New gene-based screen for chromosomal disorders is more accurate than current methods, study says
Large Swedish study found higher rates of autism, ADHD and other disorders, but expert says the risk is small
Coasting by on popcorn and energy drinks? Experts tell WebMD which foods will really fuel your brain.
Mass. Patients Can 'Shop' For Health Care -- At Least In Theory
WebMD reports on how to find gluten when it's not obvious on food labels, if you're trying to go gluten-free.
WebMD's guide to the origins, health benefits, and varieties of grapes -- plus a delicious recipe for Grilled Shrimp and Grape Salad.
Advocates report surge in outreach efforts to uninsured Americans
Though it's small in size, the earthy radish brings big flavor to the table. Try it in WebMD's Red Radish and Greens Salad recipe.
WebMD talks to experts about the health benefits of sprouting food and how to avoid food safety risks.
WebMD describes incorrect parental advice on food, such as using dessert as a reward..
Watch your dog to find out what’s on its mind. Learn more at WebMD.
Four of five continued to experience symptoms, while half had full-blown disorder, study finds
More than 15 million cosmetic surgeries and minimally invasive procedures performed in 2013
CDC study finds very young children seem to be slimming down, but more older women are obese
The American Academy of Pediatrics continues to oppose retail clinics, calling them “an inappropriate source of primary care for pediatric patients.”
Meant to prevent genetic diseases in children, the procedure raises ethical issues
Does your pet need professional help to address his behavior problems? Find out at WebMD.