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Bill Gates opens up about other possibilities to fight epidemics.
Authorities urge parents and children to be careful as a girl suffered third-degree burns from homemade slime.
Telehealth services may be convenient but it doesn't come cheap. Rising insurance costs are making employers rethink their strategies and employees' insurance coverage.
A spinach leaf heart has been developed by researchers looking for ways to create an artificial vascular network.
OK Foods Inc. are staging a recall of some of their cooked chicken products as metal contaminants were found in them by consumers.
Climate change puts a toll on American's mental health and wellness.
A study suggests that moderate drinking is better than abstinence or heavy drinking on heart health.
In order to promote safe sleep and avoid infant deaths, these states are giving out free baby boxes.
Researchers reveal that PCOS can potentially start from the brain and not the ovaries.
Improving insulin resistance can lower the risks of acquiring type 2 diabetes and dementia. Exercise and lifestyle choices can help improve and reduce insulin sensitivity.
Researchers believe the first blood tests that can diagnose cancer in its early stages will be available soon.