Late-night hosts on Russia inquiry: ‘Get a man who wants you as bad as...

Comics, including Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Trevor Noah, addressed the Russia investigation and the GOPs latest attempt to replace ObamacareLate-night hosts on Thursday...

How Parasites And Bacteria Could Be Changing The Way You Think And Feel

Given recent events around the world, you could be forgiven for thinking that people have been acting in a very odd and unpredictable manner....

Diabetes cases have quadrupled in just over 3 decades

(CNN)It's a potentially fatal disease whose risks can in many cases be prevented through lifestyle measures. So why has diabetes seen a massive...

Ebola Causes Long-Term Neurological And Psychological Problems

The most recent Ebola epidemic has claimed more than 11,000 lives, more than all the previous outbreaks combined; however, 17,000 people from West...

As More Women Drink, Some States Take Action

As the proportion of female drinkers rises, public health officials are urging more doctors to screen for alcohol abuse, particularly among women who could...

‘Biggest Loser’ host Bob Harper on his heart attack: ‘I was dead’

(CNN)"Biggest Loser" host and fitness trainer Bob Harper said he is thankful to be alive after suffering a mid-February heart attack at age...

5 Delicious Ways To Enjoy Your Pumpkin Seeds After You’re Done Carving

The fall season is inching its way toward us, bringing with it its signature warm hues, nippy weather, bright orange pumpkins, and, something I'm sure...

Fast or feast? Study shows alternate-day dieting too difficult to sustain

Participants in US study shown to even out calorie intakes beyond prescribed levels on alternating regime, leaving results barely more effective than daily calorie...

She felt like a rock star in her 20s — until she had 2...

Mom and veteran Tamika Quinn thought she was untouchable in her 20s — until she had two strokes back-to-back. The first occurred on the...

Sensational Headlines About Dementia Breakthroughs Are Damaging To Patients And Their Families

People with dementia and their families are frequently misled by headlines that imply a cure is imminent. Overblown reporting of medical progress is...

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