The rate of Ebola cases in a part of Liberia where one rubber tree plantation operates is far lower than in other parts of the country.
All it takes is one drink a week for sperm count and overall quality to be degraded, at least that's all it took in a study of 1,200 Danish soldiers. Ross Everett stops by to explain.
In some parts of the world, it is legal for people to voluntarily end their lives with help of their doctors. It is so common in one country, in fact, they even have a booming business in suicide tourism.
Healthy food prices are rising three times faster than the less healthy stuff. Tara finds out why it takes bigger bucks to dine more healthfully.
A new study finds a correlation between living near a major roadway and an increased risk, in women, of suddenly becoming dead. Wait, what? Tara takes a closer look.
Eating a high-fat and high-carb diet resulted in inflammation in the brain -- at least in male mice.
Cutting down trees isn't just bad for the climate. It also can facilitate the spread of deadly diseases. Continue reading →
A look at why one Ebola outbreak was contained, while the other spiraled out of control.
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