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They're sliced into cereal and eaten as snacks, but these days growers are increasingly worried about the future of America's favorite fruit: the Cavendish banana.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has turned into an ethical mine field.
Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but it's not the most social. More Americans eat their meals solo, one study finds.
The power of exercise has another benefit for teens and tweens: Helping to ward off depression and improve self-esteem.
One pill costs $1,000; a course of treatment is $84,000.
94 percent of African-Americans and 85 percent of Hispanics on transplant lists need a new kidney.
They are the latest thing in anti-aging skin care, but are those pricey cosmeceuticals really worth the money?
Across the country, people are lining up for pricey laser treatments to remove tattoos -- but it seems the Washington area is bucking the trend.
The World Health Organization warns that we are headed for a "post-antibiotic era."
Thousands of deaths each year are linked to drowsy driving. Now, researchers are doing something about it.
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