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Pediatricians Advise Infants Should Not Drink Juice: “Fruit juice offers no...

The American Academy of Pediatrics has released a new report and advice about juice. The advisory board argues that kids should avoid drinking it. If...

Older Doctors Linked to Higher Death Rates, Study Finds

A new study suggests younger doctors are better at treating patients than older physicians. According to a new study posted this week in the British Medical...

U.S. Workers Failing Drug Tests At the Highest Rate in Over...

According to reports, more US workers are testing positive for illegal drugs. The Wall Street Journal reports, the number of workers who tested positive...

For the First Time Ever, Women in their 30s are Having...

According to a new study, American women in their 30s are having more babies than younger moms. Researchers say the shift is due to more...

10-Year-Old Chokes on a Fidget Spinner in Houston, Texas

Fidget spinners are the latest craze, but one woman is warning others about her daughter’s nearly fatal experience with the toy. A fidget spinner has...

African-Americans Moving to Less Segregated Neighborhoods Lowers Blood Pressure, Study Finds

A new study by Northwestern Medicine has found blood pressure readings of African-Americans dropped between one to five points after they moved to less...

Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company Recalls Baby Wipes for Mold

Jessica Alba’s company, The Honest Company, announced on Monday that the firm is voluntarily recalling certain types of baby wipes. The company explained that...

Human Sense of Smell is Better Than We Thought

New research suggests that the human sense of smell is just as good as other mammals including dogs and rodents. This study is a...

Study: Regular Physical Exercise Linked to Slowing the Aging Process

Working out for 30 minutes five days a week can extend your lifespan by up to 10 years. According to a new study, researchers...

Ebola is Back, Several People Die After Contracting the Deadly Virus

Researchers are currently working on a vaccine for Ebola. Then, last April, a man with a nosebleed, vomiting, fever and bloody stools arrived at...

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