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Experts tell Congress the most important steps for keeping Zika at bay in the U.S.
At a hearing on Capitol Hill, federal health officials testified about efforts to protect Americans from the Zika epidemic
An explosion of dementia cases is still expected in coming years, but are some prevention efforts paying off?
The bill would require utilities to notify consumers about excessive levels of lead in drinking water
Will cuddling up with your dog or cat interfere with getting a good night's sleep?
Millions of Americans curl up in bed with their dogs or cats, but does it interfere with a good night's sleep?
Campaign is targeting 270 million children across the country to prevent parasitic worms from infecting bodies and impairing development
A new study suggests poor physical fitness in middle age may be bad news for your brain
A new study from the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine shows that what you eat may directly impact how well you sleep
Hundreds of genetic testing products are put on the market each month, but the science may be getting shortchanged in the face of business
City's former public works director was concerned anti-corrosive chemicals could be "food" for bacteria if added to water from Flint River
It's spreading fast; watch this to protect yourself
Zika virus sparks worries about thousands of babies born with small heads; impact may range from normal health to crippling disability
New book argues it's not just calories but the types of foods you eat that affect your weight
A special counsel appointed to investigate the lead contamination of Flint's water says criminal charges are possible
Several teens have died from drinking toxic brew made with racing fuel
Adults in the U.S. have shorter life expectancy than other developed nations, and new research sheds light on the reasons why
Psychologist says girls' erratic behavior during adolescence is "normal" and walks parents through important developmental stages in her new book
The 8-year-old's parents say they hope the heartwarming video will bring attention to cerebral palsy
When a husband thought his wife's Fitbit was faulty, he turned to Reddit for answers - and got life-changing advice