To Your Health
If you're sleepy, taking a nap or drinking coffee can help refresh and reenergize you. But new research says combining the two into a "coffee nap" can help even more.
Fifty percent of women deal with skin flare-ups long after they leave their teenage years.
Other local families are concerned that their children were exposed as well.
Whooping cough, which is dangerous enough for older children, could kill newborn babies.
Beware of giant snails! USDA seizes more than 1,200 African snails that eat buildings, crops
Tripping on treadmills? Scientists make seniors slip in lab to see if it can stop future falls
First-of-a-kind Novartis heart failure drug saves lives, cuts hospitalizations in big study
Boy who received national acclaim for TD in 2013 Nebraska game now in children's cancer trial
Missing 5-year-old British boy with brain tumor found in Spain
Liberian Ebola survivor calls for more experimental drug to be sent to Africa; blockade lifted
Health officials confirm 1st case of West Nile virus in Maryland this year
Bull market continues...Ukraine conflict leads to higher oil prices...Experimental heart drug shows promise
Lawsuit seeks to compel soccer leaders to change safety rules with aim of reducing concussions
Do-it-yourself blood pressure care may surpass office-based treatment for some patients: Study
Environmental Protection Agency staff says smog rules should be up to 20 percent stronger
Liberia to lift cordon around slum neighborhood sealed off to stop Ebola's spread
Jury finds Mississippi woman guilty of murder in illicit silicone buttocks injection
Porn group calls off production moratorium after performer's HIV test proves false positive
California will shift mentally ill inmates into separate isolation units, offer more treatment
Former deputy charged with killing wife, sister-in-law in Wisconsin
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