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Caffeine Intake — Even Dad's — Linked to Miscarriage, Study Says

Behaviors prior to conception influence pregnancy loss.

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Worst Cities for People with Spring Allergies

Jackson, Mississippi takes the top spot for the second year in a row.

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5 Things Honey Can or Can't Do for Your Health

Humans have used honey to treat health problems since the Stone Ages, but which benefits are for real?

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Exercise May Keep Your Brain 10 Years Younger, Study Suggests

Physically active seniors stayed mentally sharper than their sedentary peers.

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SafeBee’s Top Spring Safety Tips

10 ways to stay safe and healthy this season.

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Could a Parasite in Cat Poop Trigger Rage Disorder in Humans?

People with intermittent explosive disorder more likely to have been exposed to toxoplasmosis, a study finds.

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How and Why to Access Your Medical Records

You are legally entitled to these records, so ask for them.

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What to Do if You Have a Panic Attack

8 ways to reclaim your calm.

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FDA Orders Warning Labels on Prescription Narcotic Painkillers

Immediate-release versions of addictive meds such as Oxycontin, Percocet and Vicodin to be affected.

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Illnesses from Raw Milk Strike Again

The CDC says raw milk was the likely culprit in a 2014 multistate outbreak of listeriosis.

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1 in 6 Seniors Takes Dangerous Combos of Meds, Supplements

Researchers say patients should tell doctors every treatment they're taking.

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How to Treat Neck Pain without Seeing a Chiropractor

Having a pain in the neck is such a, well, pain in the neck.

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The Happiest Countries in the World

Denmark takes the cake in a new annual ranking. See where the U.S. stands.

Many U.S. cities face potential risk in summer of low, moderate, or high populations of the mosquito species that transmits Zika virus (colored circles).Many U.S. cities face potential risk in summer of low, moderate, or high populations of the mosquito species that transmits Zika virus (colored circles).

Scientists Pick U.S. Cities Where Zika Might Hit This Summer

Weather and travel patterns could expose people as far north as New York City.

Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (C), watches a display by a working dog as she visits Medical Detection Dogs (MDD) charity in Great Horwood, outside Milton Keynes, north of London, on February 20, 2013. Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (C), watches a display by a working dog as she visits Medical Detection Dogs (MDD) charity in Great Horwood, outside Milton Keynes, north of London, on February 20, 2013.

Human Diseases and Conditions Dogs Really Can Sniff

Man's best friend is becoming medicine's best friend.