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Marathon running can drastically change your body, and mostly in a good way. [Read More]
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The physical stress of marathon running may be associated with short-term kidney injury, a new study finds. Experts offer tips for safely running a marathon. [Read More]
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Sugar can easily sneak into the diet, both for you and for your child, even through 100% fruit juices. [Read More]
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As more health researchers investigate climate change, a new study suggests that the incidence of Type 2 diabetes increases with higher outdoor temperatures. [Read More]
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What can you do to prevent and treat hangovers? Here's what some experts recommend eating and drinking to help make a hangover less harsh. [Read More]
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Some new online services offer to test your vision, and one even issues a valid prescription for contacts or glasses, but are these services accurate? [Read More]
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New studies are shedding light on who has the most and least orgasms, but what exactly might influence your orgasm frequency? [Read More]
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There have been numerous conflicting studies on the health benefits of soy. Here's a look at the history of research and where experts now stand... [Read More]
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Cosmetic procedures are still increasingly popular in the United States, and a new report shows that most Americans are going under the knife to either... [Read More]
Cosmetic procedures are still increasingly popular in the United States, and a new report shows that most Americans are going under the knife to either... [Read More]
The gluten-free diet emerged as a medical treatment in the 1940s and now is one of the most popular diets in the US. Here's how... [Read More]
Sarah Hughes underwent stem cell treatment in Mexico to treat a rare type of juvenile arthritis. Now, she plans to attend President Trump's congressional speech. [Read More]
How can you keep off the pounds you've lost? A new obesity study suggests strategies that might reduce your likelihood of regaining weight by 13.9... [Read More]
The future is expected to hold more deadly heat waves, the fast spread of certain infectious diseases and catastrophic food shortages.These events could cause premature... [Read More]
Future climate change events will cause premature deaths, said former Vice President Al Gore and a panel of experts who gathered at a Climate &... [Read More]
Fathers are at risk of pre- and postpartum depression if they feel stressed or are in poor health when a baby is on the way,... [Read More]
Two-year-old Dilbireen Muhsin, brought to the United States to receive treatment for severe burns on his face and chin, now will be reunited with his... [Read More]
When black and Latino students notice racial bias among their teachers at school, they may be less likely to attend college, a new study suggests. [Read More]
Sara Sidner remembers the first time she realized her skin color affected how people treated her. [Read More]
Why do opioid deaths seem to happen in spurts? Experts weigh in, and explain how the opioid epidemic is more complicated than it may seem. [Read More]
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