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Christie isn't a doctor, so why is he dishing out advice on vaccines?
All were under the age of one
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Latest study underscores the need for more research into electronic cigarettes
Nigeria is is the last country in Africa which is still polio-endemic but it hasn't had a case in six months
More than a hundred people have been infected in a recent measles outbreak.
Welcome to Should I Eat This?—our weekly poll of five experts who answer nutrition questions that gnaw at you. 5/5 experts say yes. Seltzer—also known as bubbly water, carbonated water, soda water and sparkling water—comes with as almost as many health myths as it does names. Does it leach calcium from bones? Or destroy the…
It might seem obvious, but there hasn’t been a great deal of science to prove it—until now
As U.S. spending on medical research lags, a new source of money has arrived
Why a measles vaccine has presidential wannabes talking in code
Mindfulness exercises are helping kids get an edge in the classroom
The device has the potential to save millions of lives
Tom Frieden, MD, MPH, is Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Every four minutes, somewhere in the world, a child dies from measles and its complications. That’s 400 children each day. For many more, an infection from measles will give them permanent hearing loss or brain damage. In the United States, it…
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Latest 'die with dignity' push following the death of Brittany Maynard
The personal genomics company 23andMe has identified 35 genetic factors tied to motion sickness, according to a new study published in the journal Human Molecular Genetics. In what the company says is the first ever genome-wide study looking at motion sickness, 23andMe was able to determine several genes that may be tied to the nausea…
Even with the improving economy, one population of Americans is more stressed about financial concerns than they were nearly a decade ago
The lingering effects of the tobacco epidemic are partly driving the shift
Your eye spasms, decoded