Is Running Contagious? Just Ask Your Social ContactsHere's a "disease" you may want to catch: exercise. A new study says running can be contagious, especially when you share your results on social media.
Here's An Opinion: Get A Second OneA new study suggests that one in five diagnoses are incorrect. That makes a second opinion all the more important.
It May Not Boost IQ, But Breast Is Still Best For BabiesWe know that breast feeding offers a number of benefits to an infant, but is higher intelligence one of them? A new study takes a look.
Will Popping An Ibuprofen Trigger A Cardiac Arrest?Harmless pain relievers may not be as harmless as you think, especially when it comes to your heart. But there are details to a new study on the subject you need to know.
When The Clock Springs Forward: Sunday Isn't Bad, But Beware Of MondayWhen the clocks change this weekend, the sluggishness that follows isn't all in your head. There are definite physical changes that take place, and not just for a day... and not always mild.
'Whole Body Cryotherapy': FDA Says Chill Out, It's A Waste Of Time ... & TemperatureThe latest trend in "restorative health" keeps growing and growing, despite the lack of scientific evidence that it actually works. Even the FDA raises a big caution flag on whole body cryotherapy,.
Is Exercise Killing Your Sex Drive?There's no question exercise is a good thing, but can working out too much and too hard put a damper on your sex drive? A new study of men suggests that over-exercise may be a cause of lousy libido.
How Parents Are Helping Their Kids OverdoseIt’s a message that we give parents at every visit: keep all medications out of the reach of children-- and teens. But a new study says that advice is being ignored.
Is Vitamin 'D' The New 'C' When It Comes To Colds? Not Really, But ...A new study has many people stocking up on Vitamin D to help prevent cold and flu. But the research isn't exactly perfect, yet there are a number of other great reasons you may want to have Vitamin D on your supplement list.
Hurt Your Back? Don't Take 2 Aspirin, And Don't Call Me In The MorningHurt your back? Give it time, not medication. Or so says the newest guidelines for the treatment of an angry spine.

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