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Throughout his career, award-winning actor Denzel Washington has played many parts. Perhaps none is more life-changing than his role as national spokesman for Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
'The Big Bang Theory' star Johnny Galecki talks about his best and worst health habits, his early days in 'Roseanne,' and why he thinks people should be nicer to themselves.
Alyssa Milano, the former child star who grew up before our eyes on the television hits "Who’s the Boss," "Melrose Place," and "Charmed," is fully embracing not only adulthood these days, but motherhood, too.
Depression, rather than SSRIs, might fuel the association, researchers suggest
Researchers say these daily, play-based exercises that are done at home may help steer growing brains into more typical development and could spare kids a lifetime of disconnection and delays.
Study highlights gaps and unintended consequences of 'Obamacare'
Study found link to breast, colon, liver and other tumors
People taking the low-dose omega-3 supplements had fewer monthly seizures, but more research is needed
Recommendations are for men whose tumors have grown resistant to hormonal therapies
Risk of 'atypical' fractures is rare, researchers say
They were more likely to develop aggressive disease sooner than white patients, study says
Daily, low-dose regimen cuts odds of complication by 24 percent
Before you buy baby's first binky, get answers to new parents' common questions about pacifier use.
You think you want to have a baby -- someday. What can you do today to make sure your eggs are ready when you are? One option is to have your eggs harvested and fertilized, but instead of having them implanted, resulting embryos are frozen and stored.
2 ways to eat this delicious and super-healthy fall fruit.
Stretching can help improve your range of motion, lower the risk of injuries, boost blood flow to your muscles, ease tension -- and it feels great.
Who knew? Tennis is one of the best total-body workouts you can get.
Until recently, moms-to-be were advised to stay away from potentially allergy-inducing foods. But times have changed, and so has the thinking about allergy prevention.
Michelle Moccio couldn't believe she was having a stroke – as a stroke nurse practitioner, she thought it was just too ironic.
OAB is not a disease but a treatable condition, with symptoms including frequent urination, sudden urges to empty the bladder, and, for some women, incontinence.