To Your Health
Russia happy to keep Ukraine off UN radar as world focuses on Islamic State group and Ebola
From alpha-tocophero to beta-carotene, here's what you need to know -- and why you shouldn't worry.
Don't fall prey to quackery or feel like you need to go it alone.
The Lady Docs Corner Cafe is a group of local women in medicine who have decided it is not enough to just talk the talk to their patients about fitness and eating right.
DC mayor to discuss infant mortality reduction program at Clinton Initiative meeting in NYC
There is more evidence that not getting enough sleep can cost financially. For those seeking a bigger salary and more success, it seems an ample amount of sleep is the key.
Residents complain of food shortages on Sierra Leone's final day of Ebola lockdown
Tyler Clementi's family emerges as an LGBT advocate after Rutgers student's suicide
Spain's govt to repatriate a priest diagnosed with Ebola virus from Sierra Leone
This year's Ig Nobel winners: Pork as way to stop nosebleeds, banana peel slipperiness
Texas Gov. Perry alludes to Joan Rivers' death while defending blocked abortion clinic law
Welker's comeback from 3rd concussion brings more questions about his safety
Moderation can help you manage hypertension.
FDA approves once-a-week diabetes injection from Eli Lilly
Sierra Leone struggles with Ebola isolation effort; police called after burial team attacked
It is an unintended consequence for the states that have legalized pot: More children showing up in emergency rooms. But it's not for smoking pot -- it's eating it.
Procter & Gamble cancels Crest on-field breast cancer awareness NFL promotion after flap
With an ever-increasing number of patients seeking organ transplants nationwide, MedStar Georgetown Transplant Institute will open a new $2.4 million outpatient clinic Tuesday.
Food safety experts: Unacceptable placing profits over health should be lesson in peanut trial
Study suggests artificial sweeteners may set stage for developing diabetes in some people
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