The breakthrough drug, which targets a small percentage of breast tumors, may be effective against more cancers, according to the latest study.
Lead exposure may be on the decline, but it’s still taking its toll on children’s performance in school.
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The chemical, found in many plastic products, can interfere with normal brain development.
For most people, the evidence doesn’t support any bone benefit of the popular supplements.
How do you set yourself apart in the crowded market of fitness clubs? Keep moving — by trying to hold classes in a different location each time.
It’s hard being the new kid in a city already saturated with boutique fitness …
The good news: we’re eating fewer calories. The bad news: that’s not translating into lower obesity rates.
It’s not just the victims of bullying that experience long-term consequences; bullies themselves are also at risk of mental health issues later in life.
Detecting the reading disorder as early as possible may help more children to overcome reading and learning problems.
Reports emerge that steroids may have been found at Pistorius’ home the night he shot and killed his girlfriend.
Even if cholesterol tests and blood pressure readings don’t signal heart trouble, a CT scan could raise red flags.
Acupuncture already helps to relieve pain in some patients, and the latest study hints that it might relieve sneezing and itchy eyes as well.