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Ever feel the rainy-day blues on a bright and sunny afternoon? If so, your Facebook account may be to blame, according to new research.
A daily glucosamine drink supplement failed to prevent deterioration of knee cartilage, reduce bone bruises or ease knee pain, according to a recent short-term study of the popular, if controversial, dietary product.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the marketing of an electronic medical device intended to treat migraine headaches.
Many people agree that focusing on a smartphone or tablet is a bad idea when you're supposed to be driving a car, but what about when you're parenting a child?
A baby infected with HIV appears to be free of the virus after doctors at a hospital in Long Beach, Calif., initiated aggressive drug treatment just four hours after birth.
Apparently casinos are good for losing more than just cash.
Americans use twice the amount of water they think they do, and appear to be particularly oblivious about how much H2O they flush down the toilet on a daily basis, according to new research.
They've crossed their fingers or clutched their good-luck charms. They've done rain dances and dropped to their knees, hoping and wishing and praying.
Running superbly, throwing better than he ever has and giving the Raiders a lead in the fourth quarter, Terrelle Pryor exasperated a strong opponent, quieted a raucous dome and gained national respect Sunday.
A new study has found that an infusion of feces from a healthy person into an ailing patient's gut was significantly more effective than a traditional antibiotic treatment raising hopes that the unconventional approach could one day h...