A woman in China recently saw a doctor because she was suffering from dizziness and nausea. It turns out she was missing a little something: her cerebellum! Trace explains how the brain can figure out workarounds when stuff it needs isn't there.
Zero-calorie sweeteners may alter metabolism and increase blood-sugar levels, at least in mice and some people.
U.S. Africa Command will set up a headquarters in the Sierra Leone capital Monrovia to act as a command and control center for U.S. military and international relief programs.
They come without warning, overstay their welcome, and drive us to distraction. Surprise house guests? Nope -- hiccups! We've all been tormented by them, but what causes them? Tara and Nick Uhas have some answers.
A gene studied in fruit flies, and shared by humans, is activated leading to an increased lifespan.
New research shows you're more likely to make better ethical decisions when you're most alert. Continue reading →
Health care workers can be at risk of contracting the Ebola virus during removal of their protective suits, doctors warn. Continue reading →
They may be all the rage, but skinny jeans do cause problems for some wearers -- numbness in the legs, for example. Trace and Tara have the skinny on the potential health problems caused by these fashion staples.
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