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Fatty foods like chips, burgers and fries can rob teens' brains of a protein key to development. >
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The end of daylight savings may bring depression along with it.  >
Statins are the go-to drug for people with high cholesterol, but they are not without problems. Side effects and interactions with other drugs are common. That's why doctors have tended to err on the side of caution and keep doses low. But a new JAMA Cardiology study finds that at higher doses statins can significantly prolong life — even for people over 75.  >

My 18 month-old son didn't breathe at birth and has severe brain damage and long seizures. He gets all nutrition through a g-tube. Is it ethical to stop his g-tube feeds? More >

Creative people have developed habits that nurture their talents. You can use them, too.  More >

Marriage carries with it the threat of divorce. But it also offers significant health benefits.  >

Did you change your health insurer this year?
A. Yes, I needed better coverage
B. Yes, it had become too expensive
C. Yes, I changed my employer
D. No
E. Not sure
A physical therapist shows how poor body alignment is behind most injury and teaches you the safe way to do many daily tasks. More >

How often should you get your blood pressure checked?
A. Once a month.
B. Once a year.
C. It depends on your last blood pressure measurement.

Childhood vaccinations don't cause autism spectrum disorders. But what about moms' flu vaccines? >
People with severe depression who didn't respond to antidepressants were helped by these breathing techniques. >
Low-fat milk appears to be making kids fat, yes, fat. >
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