The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking the first steps toward phasing out non-treatment-based uses of antibiotics …
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The erectile dysfunction medication Viagra may ease cramps for women, according to a new study reported on by the Los Angeles Times.
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Even as Mary Barra takes over America’s biggest car company, questions remain about whether progress has stalled for women at the top
The doctor will see you now … on your smartphone
It’s hard to stay trim during the holidays, what with all the sweet treats and hot chocolate. But don’t feel too sluggish. You can still get a workout going through your holiday preparations.
The annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is airing tonight, and some of the world’s best bodies will be strutting their stuff for millions of viewers.
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If you were of a mind to forgive good-looking people for their freakishly good genetic makeup because you figure you got better brains than they did, don’t. A new study suggests that people rated as more attractive are more …
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Researchers from University of Pennsylvania and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia continue to present hopeful results from gene therapy for leukemia three years after starting clinical trials.
CDC recommends all students should receive it
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To protect yourself from the flu, …
Sales of diet soda beverages is the only number on the decline
New sleep apps promise to decipher the hidden meanings of your nighttime experiences. But how reliable are they?