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Despite being a state known for its natural beauty, California consistently has problems with air pollution.New research says the Golden State has ye...
Helmets are a football players’ first defense against concussions, and it makes sense that parents would want the best helmet for their star player...
How has marijuana legislation affected public health and law enforcement? A new analysis might have some answers.
A new Android app can not only sense when the ground is shaking, but warn others about impending earthquakes.
Playing with your phone or worrying about life's problems while driving could mean a ten times higher likelihood of crashing, a new study says.
Spring forward, fall back -- the classic mnemonic for daylight savings time might have health impacts.
The human brain must be able to remember things and pay attention, and how these two tasks interact may affect your mental performance.
The medications currently used to treat rheumatoid arthritis are expensive, but a new study may present a cheap, alternative option.
Even a small amount of weight loss could lead to a big gain in health benefits for obese people.
Creating a flu vaccine each year is a complicated process. It takes a while to know if you've got it right.
It's trite but true that your genetic inheritance affects the aging process, and now there's new information on exactly how it happens.
Bleeding inside the brain has not been something modern medicine could treat, but that could be changing.
The National Cancer Institute estimates that 1,685,210 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the US in 2016. Finding a cure has never been more ur...
Many parents watch eagerly as their children hit important milestones—smiling, crawling and speaking. Though most developmental milestones are cons...
Huntington's disease has always been a genetic condition with no treatment available, but new treatment options are possible.
Doctors could one day activate beige cells inside fat to help patients lose weight and prevent diabetes.
Breast cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death among women in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC...
The poor might drink the same as the rich, but they face deadlier consequences because of it. A new study might explain why.