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A woman battling cancer for the third time thought she was being interviewed about baking a birthday cake for a 6-year-old girl facing a cancer diagnosis of her own, but now a video of her actual surprise has reached more than 90,000 views.
A Georgia father of three teenage boys who once ate three cans of Pringles per day has dropped more than 125 pounds by copying the habits of healthy people.
NEW YORK — Concussions may have lasting and widespread effects on a person's cognitive abilities, according to two new studies presented here at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society's annual meeting.
When it comes to heart health, body shape matters: A new study finds that having an apple-shaped body may increase the risk for heart disease in people with diabetes
Before you start grilling this summer, you should probably take a close look at your grill brush; doctors are warning about rare but serious injuries tied to the cleaning tools
NEW YORK — A sleepless night may affect your ability to filter out information, a new study finds.
Tattoos don’t just make people look tough, they actually can help fight off diseases, according to a new study.
An obscure piece of exercise equipment has become an unlikely star.
The death toll from yellow fever outbreak in Angola has risen to 225, with an estimated 1,600 cases now recorded, Health Minister Luis Sambo said on Tuesday.
Top Zika investigators now believe that the birth defect microcephaly and the paralyzing Guillain-Barre syndrome may be just the most obvious maladies caused by the mosquito-borne virus.
Too many incarcerated U.S. children serve time in solitary confinement even though the United Nations and many physician groups believe this form of punishment amounts to torture and should be banned, some doctors argue.
Many severely obese patients have less pain and better mobility in the first few years after weight loss surgery, a U.S. study suggests.
Studies have linked the use of social media to depression, but addiction to social media, rather than use alone, may explain the connection, new research suggests.
The cost of the hormone insulin, one of the most important treatments for diabetes, rose nearly 200 percent between 2002 and 2013, according to a new study.
Q&A with Dr. Manny: Besides using chemical-laden repellents, are there any natural remedies I can use to keep my pets safe?
You’re pretty sure you’ve finally found that right person for you.