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A new treatment using bubbles could be alternative to bone grafts.
Traditional Chinese medicine could be used as a complement to Western treatments for heart problems, says new study.
Kids from low-income families more likely to develop earlier, which could have long-lasting health effects.
Researchers hope to stop the flu virus in its tracks with discovery of white blood cells in the nose.
Many studies indicate that sugar substitutes can actually cause weight gain.
Teens are having fewer babies, but that doesn't mean it's because they're having less sex.
Coconut oil fans might want to rethink using it for cooking.
Scientists believe there is a link between neural and emotional connections among parents and teens.
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The pairing of beer and yoga has become popular throughout the United States.
"The Florence Statement on Triclosan and Triclocarban", is backed by medical professionals and scientists.
Researchers found that people with more Twitter followers, or friends, were actually more content in real life.
some health professionals believe season changes in ultraviolet rays, vitamin D and viruses can actually impact fetal development.
Although sadism is often linked with serial killers or other extreme behaviors, this isn’t always the case, and these personality types are much more common than we think.
Researchers found that environmental temperatures actually reduce prosocial behavior.
Not all vegetables are created equally.
The traditional Chinese treatment acupuncture could be a possible alternative to addictive drugs.