Science eyes AI for health care

Developing technology could lead to ingestible capsules whose nanotech contents tackle ailments from within the body.

Growing menace: Asian longhorned tick

The invasive species has already made itself known in more than nine states.

A low-fat resolution

If it's milk you crave—or you just want a calcium boost—try to incorporate low- or no-fat varieties into recipes and coffee drinks.

The stone signs

Gender, age and ethnicity can all affect the likelihood of a patient developing gallstones.

Revolutionize your treadmill routine

Try these 6 tips to keep your workout from getting lame.

Study: Diabetes affects brain in later years

There's no proof of cause-and-effect, but there's little doubt that control of blood sugar will benefit brain and body.

Resolve to de-stress

Here are ways to get a grip on stress today and into the new year.

Restful nights make for bright minds

Children who consistently get proper sleep are apt to see better outcomes in brain development and academic performance.

Mental health care gap persists

Research shows that people who need these services the most may find it the least accessible—or they'll avoid it altogether because of stigmas.

Lighten your load

Gaining a deeper understanding of your glycemic index can help you refine your diet for maximum benefit.

Researchers: Mind your spine

Yoga, cognitive behavioral therapy and various meditative practices could help back pain sufferers find relief.

Unspooling the catnip conundrum

Our feline friends aren't the only ones excited about this plant—researchers are learning how its active ingredient could lead to breakthroughs in medicine.

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