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True or false: You can live without a pancreas.
Most of us like the caffeine boost that comes with a cup of tea or coffee-- but it can be good for your health, too.
We may associate cholesterol with fatty foods, but most of the waxy substance is made by our own bodies.
The odds of beating breast cancer are strongly tied to how early you find it. Learn more:
Migraine sufferers often report that certain foods trigger their headaches. Common culprits include:
If you hurt the muscles or tissues around your spine, your muscles may try to protect that area by going into spasm.
Needing more than 1 or 2 bathroom trips a night can be a sign of overactive bladder. What you should know:
One sweet potato also has more than half the vitamin C you need in a day and a little vitamin E.
Sargento has expanded its cheese recall over possible listeria contamination. Check your fridge for these items:
Crohn's can make it harder for your body to absorb vitamins like D and B-12. What to know before trying supplements:
With twin births on the rise -- up 76% since 1980 -- parents of twins share their advice:
RECALL ALERT: Moose Toys is recalling hundreds of thousands of Little Live Pets Lil Frog toys due an injury hazard.
Drug overdose deaths have nearly tripled since 1999, driven by the decade's prescription painkiller epidemic.
This antibiotic-resistant bacteria has increased 700% in US children since 2007. What you should know:
RECALL ALERT: Little Tikes is recalling over half a million toddler swings, following reports of injury. Learn more:
About 800,000 people get gonorrhea each year. Here's what to know:
True or false: Cardio is the only exercise that may help prevent heart disease.
Cyclical vomiting syndrome is on the rise among heavy marijuana users, but experts aren't sure why. What to know:
Bullying isn't just limited to kids -- here are 7 steps to standing up to online bullying. #IStandUpToBulliesBy
True or false: It's OK to eat food that falls on the floor.
Your liver is one of your hardest-working organs. Here's a look at what it does -- and how you can take care of it.
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths for men and women. What you need to know:
A short–burst, high–intensity workout boosts your metabolism & tones muscles. Try this 30-minute routine:
Cauliflower ear is caused by repeated hits and cuts to the ear. What you need to know:
Skin cancer will strike an estimated 40-50% of fair-skinned people who live to 65. Learn to spot the warning signs:
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