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A long-term study of men diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer in the late 1980s and 1990s concludes that those who were treated with surgery were much less likely to die of the disease-or of anything else-than those whose prostates were le...
The World Health Organization is challenging you to eat no more than 6 teaspoons of sugar per day.
American women - especially white women - are increasingly choosing to have their babies at home instead of in a hospital, new government data show.
The number of Americans who are infected with hepatitis C is falling, but that's probably because more people who have been sickened by the virus are dying as a result, government researchers reported Monday.
Naquasia (Nuh-QUAY-zhuh) LeGrand was frying chicken, sweeping floors and serving customers for $7.25 an hour when she was recruited by union organizers to join a campaign for higher pay.
If you are taking vitamin supplements to reduce your risk of heart disease or cancer, a government panel of health experts wants you to know that you're probably wasting your money. In some cases, those vitamins may actually increase your ri...
Mistaken for a German soldier and buried with the enemy at the end of World War II, a U.S. soldier may finally be coming home thanks in large part to the efforts of a Wisconsin filmmaker - and despite foot-dragging by U.S. officials.
As the Players Championship wound down Sunday, there were as many compelling stories on the leaderboard as there were golf balls in the water surrounding the tournament's signature hole, the par-3 17th.
The talk during the first day of the Masters was how the Chinese teenager Guan Tianlang seemed so far ahead of his time. At 14, he was playing with the game and the poise of a player twice his age. But Friday, Guan was punished for dawdling: a o...
Squealing schoolchildren ride a square-wheeled tricycle and the "Coaster Roller" that glides over plastic acorns. Downstairs, they fit monkey magnets together at the "Tessellation Station."