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This Easter, leave chicks on the farm
Chickens in your home can spread dangerous salmonella germs.
Can playing sports guard against youth depression?
Imaging scans show brain changes in sporty kids.
Study: Emergency visits go up in Colorado after marijuana is legalized
A Denver-area hospital saw a dramatic increase in emergency medical care for pot users, especially for people who tried edible products.
Mailing people at-home test kits for colon cancer boosts screening rates
Six out of 10 adults were overdue for screening, a study shows.
Infant sleeper recalled after deaths
Some infants suffocated after they rolled over in the sleeper.
Want to live longer? Make this sitting swap
Replacing 30 minutes of sitting with active time each day may reduce your risk of early death.
Study: As a diagnostic test, A1C often misses diabetes
Other tests may be more accurate at diagnosing the disease.
Ladder safety: Climb with care
Springtime, thunderstorms and lightning, oh my! Sharpen your ladder safety skills with these smart tips.
5 things to know about risky drinking
For Alcohol Awareness Month, a closer look at drinking's serious impacts.
Print books offer parents, children a richer experience
Parents interact less with toddlers when reading from an e-book, a study found.
Midday naps may lower blood pressure
Some short shuteye may be as effective as lifestyle changes in bringing blood pressure down.
Having children may not trigger multiple sclerosis relapse after all
This new study also highlights breastfeeding’s benefits.
FDA approves nasal spray for hard-to-treat depression
A new, fast-acting antidepressant offers hope when other treatments fail.
Dog-walking unleashes troubling trend
Seniors should consider a smaller breed when selecting a dog.
Testicular cancer: A young man's disease
The average age for diagnosis of testicular cancer is 33. But it's usually treated successfully.
6 facts about rosacea
April is Rosacea Awareness Month. Take time to learn about this common skin condition.
Bedroom TV can harm preschoolers’ development
Screen-exposed youngsters had more health problems later on, a study finds.
Teen drivers reaching for objects are almost 7 times more likely to crash
For every second a teen looks away from the road, the risk of a car crash jumps 28 percent.
Even moderate drinking may raise blood pressure
New research could challenge moderate drinking's supposed benefits.
Inactive ingredients: Not so inactive?
A new study highlights unexpected side effects from an unexpected source.
High-intensity interval training may be beneficial after a heart attack
This way of working out alternates bursts of intense exercise with a few minutes of less-demanding activity.
Lawn mower safety: 8 essential tips
Never let a child ride with you on a lawn mower, even if you're the parent.
Walk this way: Fitness tips for frequent walkers
Walking is a simple, easy form of exercise for most people. Here are some first steps.
Kratom calls to poison centers on the rise
The herbal supplement that poses a health hazard.