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Jim Christus knows Huntington's Disease is progressive and incurable—but running just might slow that decline. [Read More]
Emma the pug wins her third straight racing title in the 9th international pug race in Berlin. [Read More]
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Emma the pug wins her third straight racing title in the 9th international pug race in Berlin. [Read More]
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How to appear more attractive, according to science. [Read More]
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A group of cyclists found an injured puppy in Columbus, Georgia, and carried him back to safety on their bikes. [Read More]
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Some people are using heart rate monitors on activity trackers to monitor drug use. Here's why that's not safe for your heart. [Read More]
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Joey Chestnut credits his running routine for powering through the hot dog eating contest. [Read More]
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A new study found people with reoccurring or persistent headaches may be at higher risk for other health problems, like blood clots or a stroke. [Read More]
New heart rate guidelines could triple the number of young guys diagnosed with hypertension. Here's what you need to know. [Read More]
​Eating too much sugar can be risky even for healthy guys, as it could change the way their body breaks down fat, increasing risk of... [Read More]
The more nuts people eat, the less weight they are likely to gain, a new study finds. Eating nuts frequently fights becoming obese or overweight.​... [Read More]
​A new study finds that eating 3 to 4 servings of fruit and vegetables a day can cut your risk of early death, and eating... [Read More]
It's not just cigarettes that can hurt your heart... [Read More]
​A new study finds that being fat but fit can still hurt your heart, putting you at greater risk of heart disease than normal-weight people. [Read More]
​Marijuana likely won't treat chronic pain, though it may raise your risk of cognitive problems and mental issues, a new review concludes. [Read More]
​Calls to poison control centers rose by nearly 50 percent—here's part of the problem... [Read More]
Your breakfast cereal might be making you fat—it all has to do with what's keeping it fresh... [Read More]
Calls to poison control centers rose by nearly 50 percent. [Read More]
​Your gut—and your memory—may thank you... [Read More]
It can make you crave junk food hours later, too​... [Read More]
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