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Vitamin C is usually safe to take even at high dosages. However, people may experience mild side effects, such as digestive discomfort. Rarely, mor...
Hot weather, illness, and certain medications can all cause a higher-than-normal body temperature. Learn about eight tips to reduce body heat, as w...
A recent report from the WHO examines the potential impact of microplastics on human health. The main conclusion is that more research is sorely ne...
New research using motion sensor data has linked being more physically active at any intensity to a markedly lower risk of early death.
An 'umbrella review of meta-analyses of observational studies' zooms in on the conditions that people living with HIV are at risk of developing.
A recent FDA news release outlines the potential dangers of so-called Miracle Mineral Solution, a product sold to 'cure' a range of conditions.
A new study suggests that sesame allergy is more common in the United States than previously thought and calls for food labeling to include sesame.
Once the gums recede, they cannot grow back. However, many dental treatments can help restore the gums around the teeth. Learn more about receding ...
New research finds that the levels of remnant cholesterol, also called 'ugly' cholesterol, are much higher than researchers previously believed.
Do researchers use spin to enhance their findings? A recent investigation into psychology and psychiatry journals concludes that they do.
New research examines the link between heart health at 50 years of age, and the risk of developing dementia 25 years later, on average.