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Toy giveaways in fast food ads grab children's attention, study finds
Think twice about what's on your plate
It's rare to bring homicide charges against a physician
Nearly 1 ton of Skippy Reduced Fat Creamy peanut butter recalled due to possible contamination with metal shavings
The perks and pitfalls of being a southpaw
It's on the rise in the U.S., and nobody knows why
Acne sufferers tend to go through a predictable wringer of treatments: over-the-counter creams, prescription gels, and finally: oral antibiotics. If nothing works, dermatologists often turn to a powerful medication called isotretinoin, which is better known by the brand name Accutane. But according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Academy of…
From the Verrazano Bridge and through the boroughs, photos capture a bird's-eye view of the New York City Marathon in years past
Just because it's cooler outside doesn't mean your dinner plates can't be bright and colorful.
When they compared which is worse, researchers found some striking effects on mood
Blue light can help with feeling groggy after the time change
"Many people think of the plague as a disease of the past, but it's still very much present"
A new analysis suggests low fat diets are not the best way to trim your waistline
This week bacon and its processed meat comrades were declared carcinogenic by the World Health Organization—a juicy story we tuck into at length in the new TIME magazine cover. Processed meats were labeled Group 1 carcinogens, meaning that the evidence that links them to cancer is very strong. The mechanism by which breakfast meats might…
About 200,000 people in the U.S. use Auvi-Q
Don't be the guy who gives out raisins.
Environmental study finds emissions could have helped cause 60 premature deaths in the U.S. alone
They had better outcomes than single or divorced patients
That's more than 3.7 billion people
These simple moves will help protect you from back pain