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Probiotics: A guide to good bacteria

Probiotics may help your health. Here's how to get started.

Published: 03/27/2017

World's healthiest hearts belong to South American tribe

Most adults in this tribe live their entire lives without developing clogged arteries.

Published: 03/26/2017

Got hay fever? Probiotics could help

Taking supplements can make seasonal allergies less miserable, new findings suggest.

Published: 03/25/2017

Colorectal cancer: Eat right to lower your risk

These do's and don'ts can help you lower your risk for colorectal cancer.

Published: 03/24/2017

Walk, or swim or jog, away from arthritis pain

CDC suggests exercise is a great option for those dealing with painful joints.

Published: 03/23/2017

Study finds another serious risk to being overweight during pregnancy

The more overweight a mom is early in her pregnancy, the greater the chance her baby will have cerebral palsy.

Published: 03/22/2017

Is your migraine as lethal as it feels?

A new study confirms there may be good reason to stay on top of your headache symptoms.

Published: 03/21/2017

The crucial screening test baby boomers are missing

Many adults don't know if they have hepatitis C, a condition that can cause serious liver damage and even death.

Published: 03/20/2017

Learn the surprising benefits of laughing

Discover four reasons a hearty chuckle could bring better health.

Published: 03/19/2017

What do you know about America's favorite drink?

We've collected 8 fascinating facts about coffee and caffeine.

Published: 03/18/2017

Owning a cat during pregnancy, childhood: Is there a mental health risk?

A parasite in cats' feces has been blamed for schizophrenia and psychosis.

Published: 03/17/2017

Your pacemaker or ICD might not play nice with your other electronic devices

Cellphones, e-readers and even electric power drills could keep your medical devices from working properly. Here's what to do.

Published: 03/16/2017

Could sports raise your risk of addiction?

A new study suggests substance abuse culture may be part of many athletics, from casual to competitive.

Published: 03/15/2017

Doctors warn against teen pot use

States may be changing laws against marijuana, but pediatricians urge parents to hold firm to "no drugs" rules.

Published: 03/14/2017

Protect kids from opioid poisoning

New research stresses the need to keep painkillers away from children.

Published: 03/13/2017

Add green to your St. Patrick's Day menu: 5 recipes (and 1 cool kitchen trick)

Learn how to remove a kale stem without a knife, plus try tasty recipes.

Published: 03/12/2017

Daylight saving time: The easy way to spring forward

These 5 strategies can help you adjust to daylight saving time without feeling wiped out for days.

Published: 03/10/2017

Are you tethered to technology?

A new survey shows kids aren't the only ones scanning screens nonstop. Find out how many adults are doing the same and at what cost to their health.

Published: 03/10/2017

Food fad or fact?

Researchers weighed the science behind several food trends to find out which ones are good for your heart.

Published: 03/09/2017

Don't let your sleep app keep you awake

Even if you use high-tech sleep apps, you're probably still your best resource as to whether you're sleeping well or not.

Published: 03/08/2017

Fighting fatigue while fighting cancer: What works?

A new study looked at the most effective ways to overcome the overwhelming fatigue that many cancer patients feel.

Published: 03/07/2017

Problem gamblers enter trancelike state

A new study suggests that zoning out may be a sign of a gambling addiction.

Published: 03/06/2017

Spring cleaning: 6 steps to a safer home

It's time for spring cleaning: This year, make safety your watchword.

Published: 03/05/2017

Colorectal cancer: What you need to know

From screening options to a free risk assessment, try these three tools to get the facts about colorectal cancer.

Published: 03/04/2017

When migraine medicines fail, these two devices can help

If you've given up hope of stopping migraine pain, you need to read this.

Published: 03/03/2017