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Many drugs are still safe to use years after their expiration date, report finds.
According to a new study released in the European Heart Journal.
Scientists made a world map for country's activity levels by population.
Researchers say the color of fat near the heart's arteries can determine a patient's level of risk.
Those with sense of direction are less afflicted by insomnia and sleep disruption.
New research finds a link between coffee consumption and a lower risk of death.
A new study explains why strength differs where muscle mass does not.
Though it is all in your mind, scientists find the effects are very real.
An untreatable kind of gonorrhea is spreading from unprotected oral sex.
The breakthrough discovery will improve understanding of how the disease works.
Hannah Jordan wears a backpack to keep her alive, but still aspires to pedal to Olympics.
Instead of a shot, the flu vaccine could be available as a bandage-like patch.
New report in The Atlantic explores why misinformation about well-being is rife and dangerous.
A new finding could save countless lives outside of the church's current congregation.
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.