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The emails are landing several times a day now. "Three days left: Time is running out," the latest one reads
Science proves what dog lovers know: Our canines can recognize the difference between a happy and an angry human face, a new study shows.
President Obama said the U.S. fight against Ebola has moved to a new phase, from struggling to control the deadly virus to working to eliminate it.
Football may not exist as we know it in 10 years, as evidence mounts that brain damage from big hits has infected the game top to bottom, experts say.
The U.S. military is pulling most of its troops from Ebola-affected Liberia, and more than half of them are already out, the Defense Department said Tuesday night.
Scientists have found 97 different DNA mutations that affect obesity — and they are all over your body, according to research published Wednesday.
For those allergic to milk, the Food and Drug Administration warns that even dark chocolate might contain hidden milk ingredients.
More and more men are turning to botox injections to help them look younger. KPRC's Rachel McNeill reports.
When the U.S. updates dietary guidelines — if it takes the advice of an advisory panel— cholesterol will no longer be listed as a "nutrient of concern."
Recent rumors of "measles parties" in northern California are unfounded, according to health officials, who say there's no proof such events occurred.
False rumors that frighten parents are clearly behind the current outbreak of measles linked to Disneyland, doctors said at a Senate hearing Tuesday.
Doctors should take chronic fatigue syndrome seriously, the influential Institute of Medicine said Tuesday.
Delaying vaccines is not only a waste of time, it could be dangerous to your kids. And no, foreigners aren't bringing most measles cases into the U.S.
Eight people, including six infants, have now been infected with measles in a suburb of Chicago mostly linked to a daycare center.
Stress may partly explain why some of the estimated 35,000 young and middle-aged American women who experience heart attack each year suffer a more difficult recovery than men.
Baltimore-area doctors made a public stand in favor of vaccines, urging holdouts to get their kids vaccinated against measles.
The NFL, embroiled in ongoing safety and legal issues over player concussions, on Monday named its first chief health and medical adviser.
The letter, sent from a Florida elementary school nurse, said that the girl's BMI could be detrimental to her "health and academic performance."
As the suspect in Chris Kyle's death goes on trial, some veterans and PTSD doctors fear an insanity defense will stigmatize ex-military members.