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A Canadian toddler has died from an infection that could have been easily treated. Continue reading →
When you lose weight, where does it go? Turns out, most of it is exhaled.
They might share many of the same symptoms, but the cold and the flu really are two very different things, starting with what causes them. Trace explains what you can and can't do when either of them comes calling your name.
The resin-like material honeybees use to patch holes in their hives encourages hair growth in mice, scientists find.
Scientists are discovering that neurological changes that create addictive brains can begin at a very young age, while the brain is still developing. What does that mean for children and sweets? Could some of them be addicted to sugar?
It turns out that there's more to attraction and partner-choosing than just sticking with the one-two punch of looks and personality. You might be employing the "framing effect" in your mate search, without even realizing it.
Depression is serious business, but could a gas that makes us giggle be an effective treatment for the clinically depressed? Crystal Dilworth reports on a study that put nitrous oxide to the test.
Armed police stormed a cafe in central Sydney, ending a siege where a gunman had been holding hostages since Monday morning.
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