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Asparagus, lemons, coffee and liver may cure your ailments.
A proposal to update federal poultry inspection regulations is opposed by a coalition of public health and consumer groups who say the rules would increase the risk of food-borne illness and risk the welfare of processing plant workers.
Whether users seek a visit to the Crepe Cart at Eastern Market or seeing the pandas at National Zoo, a dating site wants singles to get creative.
Eating fish is good, but eating the right kind is even better.
Intense exercise may prove to be counter- productive for men in their 20s and 30s.
Americans are skipping vacations, a study finds. But skipping the time off might not be a good idea.
Yo-yo dieting, the act of repeatedly and quickly losing and gaining weight, doesn't impact future weight loss in women who've gone through menopause, a new study finds.
Digital medication may be the new remedy for those who often forget to take daily medication. The FDA recently approved digestible microchips. The chips could change how doctors prescribe medication in the future.
Energy-saving compact fluorescent light bulbs are more energy efficient, but new research indicates they can exacerbate existing skin conditions.
The answer may have to do with the central nervous system.