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Sprains and strains are very common injuries that affect muscles and ligaments.
Danish researchers reported a link between a commonly used antibiotic and a risk of heart deaths, while observers urged caution in interpreting the results.
Getting along and liking your neighbours can boost your health, researchers say.
Fitness buffs who can’t make it to the gym but still want to exercise can turn to apps for a short, intense workout when they are pressed for time.
A trusted formula gets injected with new ingredients and new benefits.
From examining insect guts to dredging up the abyss, scientists are leaving no stone unturned in their desperate search for new antibiotics.
Being overweight boosts the risk of ten types of cancer, according to a study from the UK of five million adults.
From park bench push-ups and monkey bar lifts to open air runs, fitness experts say the workout possibilities of playgrounds and parks are worth the consideration of even the most die-hard gym users.
In a new study, people age 65 and older who reported trouble sleeping were more likely to commit suicide than those who slept well.