Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention

A man with prostate cancer is wheeled into an operating room for a bracytherapy operation. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Study: Prostate Cancer Tests Underestimate Aggressiveness of Disease

A new study has found that prostate cancer tests underestimate the aggressiveness of the disease.

04/12/2014

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Report: E-Cigarette Poisoning On The Rise

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a new report stating that poisoning from the liquids used in electronic cigarettes is on the rise.

04/03/2014

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Study: Earl Grey Tea Can Lower Cholesterol, Reduce Chances Of Heart Disease

A new study has found that earl grey tea can lower cholesterol and also reduce the chances of heart disease.

03/31/2014

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Study: Urinating In Pool Water Creates Dangerous Chemicals That Can Affect Lungs, Heart

A new study has found that urinating in pool water creates dangerous chemicals that can affect the lungs and heart.

03/30/2014

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Study: Autism Develops Early During Pregnancy

A new study has found that autism begins early in pregnancy.

03/27/2014

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Study: Tooth Loss Associated With Depression

A new study has found that tooth loss is associated with depression.

03/23/2014

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Teens’ Indoor Tanning Tied To Other Risky Behavior

Study suggests teens who tan more likely to smoke, binge drink and engage in unsafe sex.

02/27/2014

Study suggests a child's risk for obesity starts much earlier than previously believed. (Getty Images)

Study: Child Obesity Risk Starts Before School Age

Researchers find that “weight fate” is set by age 5.

01/30/2014

Nearly all women seeking an abortion– including those who viewed ultrasound images before the procedure – followed through in the health care termination. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

Study: Nearly All Women Who View Ultrasound Images Still Continue With Abortion

Nearly all women seeking an abortion– including those who viewed ultrasound images before the procedure – followed through in the health care termination.

01/12/2014

A worldwide dichotomy between obesity and hunger has created a stark division between an increasing amount of those who have too much and those who still have too little. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Study: World Obesity Triples Since 1980, Nearly 1.5 Billion People Overweight

With new economies jumpstarting across the globe, combining with efforts to eliminate malnutrition, world hunger has dropped 17 percent since 1990. However, between 1980 and 2008, the number of obese or overweight adults in the developing world more than tripled from 250 million to 904 million.

01/08/2014

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