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Twenty-seven percent say they’ve received a sext, a marked increase in recent years, raising worries about harassment and bullying.
Although homeless shelters provide protection from the winter’s cold, they also act as incubators for diseases like influenza.
Higher blood pressure, chronic inflammation and possible heart impact are seen in studies.
Conservationists say there’s lots of talk about planning and adapting, but little action.
Another 17 child deaths from influenza were reported across the country last week. Officials warn of increasing illness from a secondary flu strain.
The common raven is a fusion of two species that diverged more than a million years ago — and then recombined.
A neurosurgeon and medical team at Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi have been suspended after performing brain surgery on the wrong patient.
These once-exotic weapons in the cancer-fighting arsenal are getting faster, cheaper and more common.
The Belgian pilot, dubbed #hotpilot on Twitter, heads an air fleet that helps fight wildlife poaching in Congo.
After confrontations last year, security officials recommended Scott Pruitt begin flying first class to create “a buffer” between him and the public.
Physical and occupational therapists finally succeeded in a 20-year quest to overturn limits on their compensation.
A woman who worked on the Trump campaign frequently shared false stories attacking former president Barack Obama and other posts that maligned Muslims, gay people and African Americans.
The 13.6 billion-year-old signal may illuminate a new aspect of dark matter, one of the universe's deepest mysteries.
Why would a female lion grow a mane like a male? That's what her caretakers are trying to find out.
"I just kept sweating a lot, like night sweats,” Hunter Brady said. “As it carried on, I felt worse."
The facts behind the love story of Edith and Eddie reveals the challenges families often face when dealing with caring for an elder parent with dementia.
Five states demand small payments from those who gained coverage under the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion, but enrollees often face few consequences if they don’t make their remittances.
In states that are instituting work requirements for Medicaid coverage, refusing to get a job will not likely make you eligible for subsidies to buy a marketplace plan.
Patients should take time to make informed choices and even get second opinions.
The bird's atypical hue is probably caused by a genetic mutation.