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Parkinson’s disease progression can be slowed with vigorous exercise, study shows

His friends noticed the tremor before he did. It started in his left hand, Geoffrey Rogers said, but before long the trembling affected his...

Trump wants Japan to build more cars in the U.S.

President Trump delivered a rebuke to Japan Inc. on Monday. "Try building your cars in the United States instead of shipping them over. Is...

Trump asks Japan to build cars in the U.S. It already...

President Trump wants Japan Inc to "try" building vehicles in the U.S. "Try building your cars in the United States instead of shipping them...

Pharma-controlled Journal of the American Medical Association waging full-scale attack on...

( Natural News) A recent headline in the U.K.'s Daily Mail boldly declares, "Vitamin D will NOT protect your child from...

Suicide how-to Google searches rose after Netflix release

The controversial series 13 Reasons Why triggered an increase in Google searches for specific methods of suicide and suicide hotline queries, US researchers...

Clamp down on visas for doctors could hurt these parts of...

Limiting the number of foreign doctors who can get visas to practice in the United States could have a significant impact on certain hospitals...

The Anti-Aging Benefits Of Red Wine May Rival Those Of Diet...

Guard Against StrokeYoung people who suffer from one kind of migraine may be at an increased risk of stroke, research in JAMA Neurology found....

Portland kids turn disturbing study into a way to feed their...

Mayra Contreras, hands on hips, apron already smudged, called for attention from more than a dozen children and teens. In 15 minutes, they would...

Testosterone pills won’t beef up your brain-but could harm your heart

In decades of research, scientists have found only one medical condition that's clearly and effectively treated with testosterone supplements: pathological hypogonadism-that's low testosterone...

People Who Can’t Feel Pain Show How We’ve Been Wrong All...

What is pain? Ask a poet and they may tell you the never-ending torment of true love, but ask a scientist and they'll likely...