Scientists will closely study runners' health and well-being as they run more than 3,000 miles across America in four months, about a marathon a day.
A woman's garbled text message to her son turned out to be a sign that she was having a stroke. This is the fourth incident now reported of someone with a stroke having "dystextia," researchers say.
Getting a vaccination does not increase people's risk of developing multiple sclerosis, as some anti-vaccination groups have suggested, a new study finds.
The iron in red meat may raise your risk for heart disease, but iron in vegetables seems to have no ill effect, a new study says.
A recent proposal aims to change the information we see on food labels. But what's really needed is an improvement to the quality of the food, not just the food labels.
You may think you know your stuff when it comes to pooping and your health, but misconceptions are common. Here's the truth about poop and your health.
People who are obese spend less than 1 minute per day doing vigorous physical activity, a new study finds.
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