Foam rollers can reduce pain, prevent injury, and maybe even help you up your bedroom game. Here's how to use one.
Genetic cancer screening is a microcosm of racial disparities in breast cancer care.
The gig economy isn't just for website designers and juice cleanse diet diehards anymore.
Republicans filled our minds with images of a better healthcare future, but when it came to actually making the magic happen, they didn't have that much to offer.
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Scientists searching for ways to restore hearing have been making a number of promising discoveries.
Can billions of dollars’ worth of high-tech research succeed in making death optional?
NeuroLife is a technology that could help people with paralysis bypass their injuries and reanimate their limbs.
In just 30 hours, a superfit reality TV producer went from the top of his game to the precipice of death. What happened next would teach him everything about grace, resolve, and the power of love.
For decades, people living next to the neoprene plant in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, have felt they suffered more than their share of illnesses. And sure enough, they had.
Most parents worry over how to answer the big questions, from the birds and the bees to why bad things happen, to even curiosity about death. What worried me more was how to tell my children exactly what I do.
If nutritional values basically don’t change as the banana ripens, why is the banana considered ripe and ready to eat when it’s bright yellow and freckled?
Every day, millions of Americans, even those with insurance, struggle to pay for health care.
Before Ken was jumping out of car trunks naked in "The Hangover," he was actually a practicing physician. Ken sat down with WIRED and put his medical knowledge to the test.
According to Benjamin Chapman, Food Safety Specialist from North Carolina State University, cooking rice doesn’t necessarily kill all the pathogens that may be lurking about.
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The home testing kit for male fertility would just need your smartphone and semen sample.
The mysterious affliction called PANDAS, in which children’s behavior changes after an illness, is scary, but is it real? Doctors are divided.
Macka B has a fridge full of fresh fruits and vegetables and even fresher flow.
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