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A large meta-analysis of existing studies now suggests that green spaces may protect the residents of urban areas from premature death.
A new study finds that parks with complex, irregular shapes and more access points are associated with a lower risk of premature mortality.
There are important things to understand about pH and how it relates to water. Some people believe that drinking alkaline water provides health ben...
As the effectiveness of antibiotics wanes, scientists are looking at medications that preceded them, such as those involving metals and metalloids.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued a food safety alert about romaine lettuce that may be contaminated with E. coli.
A new study has found that air pollution from power plants caused 16,000 premature deaths in the U.S. in 2014, with disparities across racial groups.
“Superbugs” refers to antibiotic resistant bacteria and fungi. These germs can be difficult to destroy with regular medications. Learn more in this...
A person’s blood pressure is one indication of their overall heart health. Learn about healthy blood pressure ranges and when to see a doctor in th...
Over a 15 year time period, the number of people in the United States who reported trying to lose weight increased — but so too did the average BMI.
A rash is not a common symptom of the flu, but it can sometimes occur. Learn more about a flu rash and other possible causes of a rash here.
New research in mice shows that exposure to biodiverse soil raises levels of a beneficial gut bacterium and correlates with reduction in anxiety.