IS OUR PURELL KILLING US? No. Interestingly, though, the common antimicrobial ingredient triclosan has been found to impair muscle function.
Patients want a collaborative relationship with their doctors but fear retribution if they raise too many questions.
A special compound used by bees to patch their hives has been found to suppress tumor growth in mice.
Even when they're in a rush, people are less likely to tweak the truth when communicating on their mobile devices than when they're having a face-to-face conversation.
Why do kids living with dogs suffer less from allergies and asthma? Tiny microbes
Ever read a book that's changed your life? You're not imagining it -- the process of digesting a character or a series of events actually turns you into a different person.
Tiny molecules called microRNAs may someday help heart attack survivors recover.
Try as coffee shops might to encourage more profitable behavior, customers still control these third places.
How well your fingers and ears work may be somewhat hereditary, new research suggests.
It may not be the best, but it is the easiest heath goal for people to attain.
A new study suggests Tai Chi may provide the benefits of strength training without the drawbacks for the heart.
As less people read the mail or tune in to traditional broadcast outlets, the nature of a successful PSA is changing.
A recent review suggests that scientists are still only beginning to probe the brain states associated with kindness and well-being.
Though they don't appear to work for everyone and have serious side effects, they may be one solution to a difficult medical problem.
A study finds they'll be entering their golden years with less familial and societal support than aging generations before them.
Is yours one of them?
A review of the advice that mothers have been given over the decades concludes that no one's exactly sure what they should do.
Researchers have learned the common cosmetic treatment comes with some additional benefits.
When reading to children, simply reference the fact that the words coming out of your mouth are connected to those on the page.
A study of the Community Asthma Initiative found that the seemingly expensive program more than paid for itself in reduced ER visits and hospitalizations.