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My wife, Noreen, is visiting one of her 5 sisters, Laura, in New York. This her second trip in five weeks. She and our son Mack went to Italy and the Netherlands for almost two weeks.
An auto mechanic in Boston survived the removal of a rare "giant aneurysm" from his brain, according to a new report of the man's case
Infant death rates in the United States continue to decline, but babies born even just a few weeks early are at considerably higher risk for death than those born at full term, according to a new report
Three cases of plague have occurred in the United States in recent months, and although the illness is rare, it's not uncommon to have a few cases here each year
Sexting is common among U.S. adults, and although the practice is often portrayed as risky or just bad behavior, it may have benefits for couples, a new study suggests
Mark Bolzern traveled 3,700 miles to go to the dentist. The 56-year-old Anchorage, Alaska, native left home this spring, made a pit stop in Las Vegas to pick up a friend, and kept heading south, all the way to Los Algodones, Mexico, a small border town teeming with dental offices.
We've all been there: It's a sweltering hot day; you've walked several blocks to work, feel like you're sweating from every pore, and just hope beyond hope your coworkers won't be smelling your BO all day.
Protein is one of the hottest nutrition trends with popular low-carb, high-protein diets like Paleo, brands calling attention to the protein grams in everything from cereals and breads to shakes and energy bars, and restaurants re-vamping their menus to include more of it to meet consumer demand.
Bad breath stinks, but what can you actually do about it? Chew some gum? Suck on a mint? These strategies offer some benefit, but they’re short lasting.
For many moms, gaining enough— but not too much— weight during pregnancy is often a source of confusion and anxiety.
Five more buildings in the Bronx have tested positive for the bacteria that cause the potentially deadly Legionnaires' disease, though there is no sign that anyone has grown ill from the new sites, New York City officials said Saturday.