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In a beguiling new experiment, student athletes were pitted against regular collegians in a test of traffic-dodging skill.
Many men and women in long-term relationships complain that they aren't having sex often enough.
More patients are seeking counselors who can discuss their problems and goals from a religious frame of reference.
From a dog that eats guests' property to a beloved pet of a dying cancer patient, readers share stories of how animals have changed the dynamics of family life.
What was the chance that my wife's breast cancer would come back?, asks cancer researcher Dr. Peter Bach.
Flaxseed contains estrogen-like compounds, making it a candidate for hot flash relief. But so far, the data are mixed, reports Anahad O'Connor in today's "Really?" column.
Breast implant operations have surged 40 percent in the past decade, with nearly 300,000 women last year opting to increase their breast size.
If you need healthful food fast, quesadillas are always a good bet, writes Martha Rose Shulman in this week's Recipes for Health.
Pre-existing condition insurance plans, mandated by the new health care law, opened for business last July, but many consumers still have no idea they exist, reports Walecia Konrad in this week's Patient Money column.
The ancient Chinese practice of tai chi appears to relieve symptoms of depression in older people, a new study shows.
Last fall, Christopher McDougall, author of "Born to Run, had to drop out of the New York City marathon because of his father's illness. Now he returns to his original love: the 'Fat Ass.'
Whether you are thick around the middle (an apple) or padded around the hips (a pear) doesn't predict your risk of heart disease, a major new study shows.
Much is known about postpartum depression in women, but now researchers are calling attention to the plight of depressed fathers.
Why are you more likely to survive a heart attack at one hospital over another? The way staff communicates is critical.
Pierre Dukan has been called the Dr. Atkins of France, and the original Dukan diet book sold 3.5 million copies in French and has been translated into 14 languages. But most Americans have never heard of him.
Genes appear to play a role in why some people who work out get fit, while others who do the same exercise routine barely budge in their fitness levels.
Over the years, hundreds of thousands of women have volunteered for breast cancer trials. Now my wife is one of them, writes Dr. Peter Bach.
Pets alter not only a family's routines, but also its hierarchy.
Several studies now show that dogs can be powerful motivators to get people moving.
How do dogs, cats and other pets improve your health? Send us your videos.