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Hypothermia -- abnormally low body temperature -- is an ever-present danger during winter. It occurs when the body loses heat faster than it can be produced.
Stubbornness and optimism may be keys to a long life, a new study suggests.
Snoring is not only an annoyance, but also a potential health concern. Chronic snoring may be associated with sleep apnea, which can lead to sleep deprivation and potential heart issues.
It's never too late for women to lose weight to lower their breast cancer risk, a new study suggests.
Some common breast cancer medications can trigger joint pain, but new research suggests acupuncture may ease that side effect.
A family health history can be key to your wellness.
When it comes to getting and staying fit, women may have an aerobic edge over men, new research suggests.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), common in the winter months, is a type of depression triggered by decreased exposure to daylight.
Gazing at your baby may do more than strengthen that bond with your newborn, a new study suggests.
A life of hard farm work apparently gave ancient women stronger arm bones than modern women, even today's elite rowers.