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WASHINGTON (AP) — Birth control that you must take every single day? A more goof-proof option that costs a lot upfront but then works for several years? Or something in between?
Fido does more than drool and shed—your dog can actually be a good health role model.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Attacked as a rationing scheme and praised as a lifesaver, President Barack Obama's health care law remains as divisive and confusing as ever. But a new poll finds Americans are less worried that the overhaul will undermine their own care.
You can learn to be happy—even in the worst of times—with these research-based strategies.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — More work needs to be done to keep young Americans from using tobacco, including creating smoking bans and increasing taxes on tobacco products, the U.S. Surgeon General's office said in a report released Thursday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — An experimental technique seems to be freeing some kidney transplant patients from having to take anti-rejection drugs.
Gallup survey shows that people feel best about themselves in college towns and in the West.
FUKUSHIMA, Japan (AP) — Yoshiko Ota keeps her windows shut. She never hangs her laundry outdoors. Fearful of birth defects, she warns her daughters: Never have children.
LONDON (AP) — Women who take estrogen after menopause appear to have a lower risk of breast cancer even years after they quit taking the hormone, according to a new analysis of a landmark study.