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Food additives that are commonly used to thicken processed foods may disrupt the bacterial makeup of the gut, causing health problems.
It works against migraines, heart disease, even gum decay, to name a few.
With peanut allergies on the rise worldwide, a study found that contrary to previous advice, feeding foods containing peanuts to babies before 11 months of age may help prevent allergies.
Sweating it out in the sauna is good for your heart, suggests new research, which links saunas to the longer lives, at least among men.
Parasites resistant to the frontline malaria drug have spread westward from southeast Asia to just short of the Indian border.
CRE tops the list of troubling antibiotic resistant bacteria, but it's not the only superbug that worries health officials.
There's currently no way to tell which patients will awake from a coma -- or when. A new marker could offer guidance for treating patients.
A child born in Hong Kong was pregnant with her own twins at the time of her birth, according to a new report of the infant's case.
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