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Sizzling summer heat can do a lot more than drain your energy.
Every year in the U.S., lightning strikes the ground about 25 million times.
Just two hours every week spent soaking up nature might help you be healthier and happier, a new study suggests.
Summer's on the way—a good time for kicking back.
If you want to improve your chances of living longer, put more pep in your step.
More than half of U.S. parents say they know it's dangerous to text behind the wheel. But the majority still read or send text messages while they drive, a study in JAMA Pediatrics shows.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will now require its most serious type of warning—a boxed warning—to appear on some prescription insomnia drugs.
What supplies would you need if a natural disaster hit your community?
The fresh air. The views. The s'mores! There's nothing like a camping trip to relax and recharge
Double trouble: That's a good description of allergies and asthma.
With spring finally here, a lot of us can't wait to get in the garden.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a rapid-acting drug that shows promise in lifting depression when other antidepressants haven't helped
It's a study that backs up what pediatricians have been saying for a long time: Preschoolers who have a TV in their room are likelier to grow up with more physical, mental and social problems when they become teens.
You know it's finally spring when you hear the sound of lawn mowers firing up to cut the first growth of new grass.
Millions of people are headed for type 2 diabetes and don't even know it.
If you have frequent heartburn, you may be taking a medicine like Prilosec, Nexium or Prevacid.
Teens who use marijuana are at increased risk for depression and suicide when they become young adults, a new review of several studies suggests.
It happens to so many of us: Without a word of warning, a large, painful pimple appears on your face.
Doctors may be able to start predicting which new moms are most at risk for worsening postpartum depression in the first year after giving birth.
Women who had high blood pressure when they were pregnant (pre-eclampsia) are at higher risk for a stroke as they get older.