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Scientists say increased sexual activity is tied to improved cognitive abilities.
Summer increases the risk of getting bit by the Lone Star tick, making people allergic.
More Americans are getting addicted to opioids and hospitals are struggling to keep up.
Now that they know how it spreads, researchers are looking at ways of slowing it down.
New technology could test the limits of athletic performance and improve physical therapy.
Artist shows how perfect form has gone from obesity to bodybuilders and beyond.
Contrary to popular belief, the American Heart Association says coconut oil isn't a 'healthy fat.'
Tech companies used harmful chemicals in foreign plants after ban in U.S.
Researchers discovered a way to darken skin while minimizing risks of cancer.
Harvard researchers find hostile politics inreases risk for disease, premature births, and deaths.
Just four pints of beer or five glasses of wine a week can have effect, say scientists.
Each patient in the two studies responded to doses of the advanced cancer treatment.
New study finds bad schedules do more harm than sleep apnea and insomnia.
New research watches kids gaining weight with more television access.
An Esquire writer details his personal, painful battle with exercise bulimia.
Five-sentence letter to the editor wound up proving both incorrect and wildly influential.
West Virginians under grip of opioid addiction give human view of national crisis.
Former Catholic priest 'choreographs' his own final days with moving rituals.
Scientists found that kids with divorced parents are twice as likely to develop issues from stress.
America's medical treatment is 'an embarrassment' given that it spends the most worldwide.